Find below a list of tutorials to learn about methods, and developing or using software applications. We also provide a few live recordings of tutorial webcasts at http://opentox.org/meet/opentoxonline.
List of Tutorials
Build, validate and examine QSAR models with the ToxCreate application.
Generate a QPRF (QSAR Prediction Reporting Format) report using Q-edit, a new QPRF editor developed under OpenTox to facilitate the creation of QPRF reports by end users.
A tutorial on a potential application of the OpenTox Framework in drug discovery, prioritizing compounds based on toxicity predictions.
A tutorial on a potential application of the OpenTox Framework in drug discovery, building a model to predict kinase inhibitor activity of antimalarial compounds.
5. Drug Discovery Application III: Build a Weight of Evidence for Drug Candidate Molecules (**NEW**)
A tutorial on a potential application of the OpenTox Framework in drug discovery, gathering prediction data for a large set of compounds to be used in a Weight of Evidence approach.
Build a predictive model based on in-vitro data using OpenTox web services by means of both a Graphical User Interface (GUI) and the command line.
This tutorial demonstrates the OpenTox application ToxPredict, which accepts chemical structures and names as input and automatically generates a toxicity report based on various precalibrated toxicity models.
Access OpenTox Web Services via the Taverna workflow management system.
Learn the basic steps needed to set up an OpenTox web service
Employ the validation services and explore the reporting facilities, including generating QMRF reports, via web forms.
Maxtox is a suite of models to predict toxicity of novel compounds based on their similarity to compounds with known toxicities.
In this tutorial you will use the CheS-Mapper application to map your dataset into 3D space, and to explore the dataset with a 3D viewer.
12. Bioclipse-OpenTox (**NEW**)
Apply Bioclipse and OpenTox to modify Chemical Structure to remove Toxicity