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README.md

BASTet

Berkeley Analysis and Storage Toolkit (BASTet)

The BASTet project page is located at https://openmsi.nersc.gov/openmsi/client/bastet.html

Documentation

The online documentation for BASTet is available at:

Developer Notes

  • Developer documentation of the main omsi package see here
  • Building the online documentation see here
  • Developing a new analysis see here
  • Defining and executing workflows see here
  • High-level description of the OpenMSI data format see here

Publications

The data format for storage of MSI data is described in the following publication:

Oliver Rübel, Annette Greiner, Shreyas Cholia, Katherine Louie, E. Wes Bethel, Trent R. Northen, and Benjamin P. Bowen, "OpenMSI: A High-Performance Web-Based Platform for Mass Spectrometry Imaging" Analytical Chemistry 2013 85 (21), 10354-10361, DOI: 10.1021/ac402540a. [BibTeX][Online at ACS]

The broader storage, analysis, provenance, and workflow capabilities of BASTet are described in an upcoming publication:

Oliver Rübel and Benjamin P. Bowen, "BASTet: Shareable and reproducible analysis and visualization of mass spectrometry imaging data via OpenMSI," submitted March, 2016

Licence

See license.txt

Copyright Notice

See copyright.txt