Q-edit is a new QPRF editor developed under OpenTox which aims at exploiting implemented web services to
provide functionalities that facilitate the creation of QPRF reports by an end user. In this article we provide instructions on how to use Q-edit: The OpenTox QPRF report editor/viewer.

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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.

The OpenTox report on "Automated Validation Report Generation" available here contains the background and progress which has been achieved within OpenTox with respect to the creation of automated reporting facilities for validated (Q)SAR models of predictive toxicology data.

In this article, we will start by reviewing the key requirements of a QPRF report and then proceed with the necessary steps to generate a QPRF report using Q-edit - a new QPRF editor developed under OpenTox to facilitate the creation of QPRF reports by an end user.

Users can download the latest version of the OpenTox QPRF editor (Q-edit) from here. Developers can access the source code at the CVS https://github.com/alphaville/Q-edit. Use the https git directory https://github.com/alphaville/Q-edit.git or the git read-only version: git://github.com/alphaville/Q-edit.git.




Next: Installation instructions - Installing and running Q-edit is a piece of cake!!!