Additional steps-4, Step 9

Additional steps:
IV) Downloading data from other dataset services in OpenTox

You may have noticed in ToxPredict's list of Models that there are models outside of Ambit2. For example:

IST Salmonella Mutagenicitx model (SAL): http://toxcreate3.in-silico.ch/model/7655

To apply this model to our dataset in a way we can subsequently download the data, use the superservice in Ambit2 (http://apps.ideaconsult.net:8080/ambit2/algorithm/superservice) as described in "6. Additional steps I) Applying an individual model to a dataset" in this tutorial. Simply use the above model URIs for the IST models. Once the task is completed, the "Apply Calls a remote service" link will point you to a dataset at http://toxcreate3.in-silico.ch/dataset/. Navigate to this dataset.

Once you pointed your browser to the created dataset (e.g. http://toxcreate3.in-silico.ch/dataset/30891), append ?media=text/csv to the URL (in this example, the URL would be http://toxcreate3.in-silico.ch/dataset/30891?media=text/csv) to download a CSV file of the prediction data to be combined with the other files you have downloaded earlier.

PROCEED TO STEP 10:

Complement your findings with predicted associations with hepatobiliary adverse events

STEPS:
Step 1: Creation of an OpenTox dataset from a local file
Step 2: Selection of models available in OpenTox through ToxPredict
Step 3: Application of the selected models to the uploaded dataset
Step 4: Obtaining simple statistics for the predictions obtained for the uploaded dataset
Step 5: Adding the predicted values to a tabular view of the dataset and downloading the table
Step 6: Additional steps I) Applying an individual model to a dataset
Step 7: Additional steps II) Searching a dataset according to prediction values
Step 8: Additional steps III) Obtaining additional predictions
Step 9: Additional steps IV) Downloading data from other dataset services in OpenTox
Step 10: Complement your findings with predicted associations with hepatobiliary adverse events

 

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