Q-edit - Q-edit in a nutshell

Using Q-edit, users will be able to:

  • Create new QPRF report objects: Q-edit provides detailed guidance throughout the whole procedure of the creation of a QPRF report with user-friendly visualization.
  • Use OpenTox web-services (in the background) to offer to users access to the OpenTox web services. This way, users can
    • Search on-line for compounds
    • Download information for an OpenTox QSAR model
    • Access protected OpenTox resources (securely, over an encrypted SSL connection)
    • Retrieve experimental values for a compound and much more.
    • Run a model to get predictions for a given chemical compound. The whole procedure of generating molecular descriptors and submitting them to the QSAR model runs behind the scenes.
  • Save/Open QPRF report objects using an in-house binary file format (.ro files).
  • Export a report as PDF. The generated PDF is compliant to the EC JRC standards.

 

Next: Create a QPRF report - How to create your first QPRF report and start using Q-edit.