Discngine and AbbVie received BioIT World’s prestigious award Innovative Practices for the co-development of 3decision!
You can now to programmatically control the creation, modification, export of a DXP file from the Pipeline Pilot server. Combined with the Pipeline Pilot Data Functions, these new components and automation tasks can prepare new DXP files with dynamic content and deliver them to end-users on-demand or based on schedule.
This new release is compatible with TIBCO Spotfire 7.6 and Pipeline Pilot 2017!
This new minor release (3.3) ensures compatibility with the latest versions of TIBCO Spotfire (7.5) and BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot (2016)
This year, Discngine sponsors the ELRIGfr event on Lab Automation, Formulation and Phenotypic Screening.
New release (3.2) of the TIBCO Spotfire Connector for Pipeline Pilot!
Network Collection 2016 brings Formal Concept Analysis to your desktops!
Chemistry Collection 2016 is out now!
TIBCO Spotfire Connector 3.1 released!
TIBCO Spotfire connector for Pipeline Pilot 3.0!
We have been working tightly with Rishi Gupta from Abbvie during the last year to develop and deploy AIDEAS!
Assay 3.0 launch at Bio-IT World 2015!
Discngine Chemistry Collection 2.0 for Pipeline Pilot is available now!
With the very fresh 2.0 release of the Discngine Chemistry Collection for Pipeline Pilot nifty new functionality is available to Pipeline Pilot users. Find out more about the new release of the Chemistry Collection.
This post describes one of these new features, fuzzy context specific matched molecular pairs (fcsMMPs), why you should adopt them and a few examples of what you can do with this. Note that this post focuses on target activity prediction (fairly unsual for MMP analysis), but everything that is described here applies to more classical property prediction too.
Everything that is shown here can be done with this Pipeline Pilot Component Collection. Even the data is included.
If you do not feel 100% familiar with the concepts behind matched molecular pairs analysis, please read through the introductory part below. If you know what a transformation, a common core and a context is and have done matched pairs effect analysis in the past, you can directly go to the fcsMMP specific part of this post.