|Vendor||National Technical University of Athens|
The QSAR Prediction Reporting Format (QPRF) is a harmonised template for summarizing and reporting substance-specific predictions generated by (Q)SAR models (check the specification here). Q-edit is tool that facilitates the whole procedure of prediction generation and reporting combined with database lookups based on the OpenTox web services.
You can download the latest version of Q-edit from this link.
Documentation can be found online here. There you’ll find instructions on how to install and use Q-edit.
If you’re a developer and you need to either compile Q-edit on your own, inspect or modidy the source code, then clone this project using the following command:
git clone git://github.com/alphaville/Q-edit.git
and then download the necessary dependencies from this link. The file build.xml is included in the distribution to facilitate compilation using Ant. The target package-for-store helps you compile a jar file for Q-edit with all dependencies.