Build, view, share, and embed pathway maps.
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.vscode vscode editor settings Aug 10, 2017
dev-server feat: assign builder to window in dev server environment Jan 31, 2018
docs scale editor docs and correctness checking Apr 9, 2018
icons Changed fonts to only use font awesome fonts and restyled menu bar Dec 7, 2017
jsonschema Merge branch 'master' into babel Nov 23, 2015
py fix: builder fails on intended JSON Feb 17, 2018
src chore: made requested changes, set default semantic zoom to null Jun 4, 2018
.babelrc chore: use babel preset-env Jan 31, 2018
.coveralls.yml updated travis for js testing; reorganized python package Nov 23, 2015
.gitignore WIP: refactor Scale.js Apr 5, 2018
.travis.yml adjust travis config to always run node tests Jan 18, 2018 Create Nov 29, 2017 and standard js for Behavior.js Jan 4, 2017
LICENSE version 1.1 Mar 18, 2015 update npm shield from escher-vis to escher Feb 8, 2018 Fixed full screen issues; python looks to npmcdn for escher files Feb 2, 2016
appveyor.yml some python fixes Oct 25, 2017
package.json bump to v1.7.0-beta.4 Mar 23, 2018
requirements.readthedocs.txt new requirements file for ReadTheDocs Mar 9, 2016
webpack.common.js basic working fontello WIP Nov 15, 2017 add back minified build Oct 25, 2017 fix menu sizing; capitalize Builder & Builder-embed CSS Nov 15, 2017
webpack.test.js fixed font-awesome for testing Nov 2, 2017
yarn.lock fix bugs when options.disabled_buttons = null Feb 8, 2018

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Escher is a web-based tool to build, view, share, and embed metabolic maps. The easiest way to use Escher is to browse or build maps on the Escher website.

Visit the documentation to get started with Escher and explore the API.

Check out the developer docs, the Gitter chat room, and the Development Roadmap for information on Escher development. Feel free to submit bugs and feature requests as Issues, or, better yet, Pull Requests.

Follow @zakandrewking for Escher updates.

You can help support Escher by citing our publication when you use Escher or EscherConverter:

Zachary A. King, Andreas Dräger, Ali Ebrahim, Nikolaus Sonnenschein, Nathan E. Lewis, and Bernhard O. Palsson (2015) Escher: A web application for building, sharing, and embedding data-rich visualizations of biological pathways, PLOS Computational Biology 11(8): e1004321. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004321

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