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Datanator Frontend: Next.js application for Datanator

Contents

Overview

Extensive data is needed to build comprehensive predictive models of cells. Although the literature and public repositories contain extensive data about cells, this data is hard to utilize for modeling because it is scattered across a large number of sources; because it is described with inconsistent identifiers, units, and data models; and because there are few tools for finding relevant data for modeling specific species and environmental conditions.

Datanator is a software tool for discovering, aggregating, and integrating the data needed for modeling cells. This includes metabolite, RNA, and protein abundances; protein complex compositions; transcription factor binding motifs; and kinetic parameters. Datanator is particularly useful for building large models, such as whole-cell models, that require large amounts of data to constrain large numbers of parameters.

This package contains the source code for the frontend for Datanator. The backend is available at https://github.com/KarrLab/datanator. The data aggregated with Datanator is available at https://quiltdata.com/package/karrlab/datanator.

Installation instructions and documentation

Please see the documentation for installation instructions, user instructions, and code documentation.

License

This software is released open-source under the MIT license.

Development team

The model was developed by the Karr Lab at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, US.

  • Saahith Pochiraju
  • Jonathan Karr

Questions and comments

Please contact the Karr Lab with any questions or comments.