1D 1H NMR is a common technique applied to metabolomic studies, being well suited to untargeted analysis of complex biofluids. It has been successfully applied to the classification and diagnosis of a number of diseases including [ref].
My book Create Simple GUI Applications with Python & Qt5 has been updated! New chapters on the Model View architecture and custom widgets.
This notebook demonstrates automatic phase correction algorithms implemented for nmrglue. Two standard algorithms are implemented:
This notebook uses a subset of the available processing features in NMRLab (+Metabolab) to process 1D NMR spectra. The output is saved as a CSV file that can be imported into
pandas, PLS_Toolbox or any other package for subsequent analysis.
This notebook is a quick demo of a BioCyc Web API I've released for Python. While incomplete the API offers access to most basic attributes for metabolites, proteins, reactions, pathways and organisms in the database. The Python interface comes with an disk-based caching mechanism under
~/.biocyc that greatly reduces the delay (and load) for BioCyc servers.
Analyzing a dot blot in ImageJ by background subtraction and measuring the integrated density of each dot. This dot blot image is available in the File/Open Samples menu in ImageJ 1.33s or later.
Determining the level of cellular fluorescence from fluorescence microscopy images in ImageJ
This short demo shows analysis of a publically available GEO dataset using Pathomx, with a workflow build using the new visual editor (available in the next release).
Short demo of an experimental analysis of metabolomic (NMR) data using Pathomx. Metabolomic test dataset produced from THP-1 cells grown under normal and hypoxic conditions. Spectra (2D 1H JRES) have been pre-processed and quantified using the BML-NMR service.
Cytoscape 3.0.2 was released on 1st August, a bugfix release for the 3.x series. However, there is a compatibility issue with the latest Java update from Apple resulting in Cytoscape hanging on startup. I'd followed advice found elsewhere to update to the latest Java version with no success, until I found this post from Tim Hull, outlining a simple way to check what version you have installed.