The Calibrate database is accessible only to project partners.
The logos on the right indicate which projects the data contents comes from.
User guide(this page), etc.
Click on the
Search link to go to the
On the search page there is a search box on the top right , a summary panel on the left and the results are shown at the main panel.
The database includes results from multiple sources.
Projects panel and click on
CALIBRATE. This will filter the results and only data generated by
CALIBRATE project will be shown.
Nanomaterial type panel and select
silicon dioxide. These are ontology terms assigned to each material , e.g.
CALIBRATE project and
silicon dioxide materials in this case.
Methods panel shown indicate there is
CALIBRATE data for
silicon dioxide measured by these methods. The
Method annotation panel contains the ontology terms denoting the same methods.
Per material - click the
Material and Study details link for particular material
Compact data reportfrom the dropdown menu, click on
XLSXicon and finally click on
Download filtered entries as XLSX
TXTicon and click on
Download filtered entries as TSV
.txt, tab separated text file)
Physicochemical studies and click
Apply. This will change the active query and will select all materials with physico-chemical characterisations.
This query could be further refined using the widgets at the left, and data exported as described.
OBI_0302736 (comet assay) is a term defined in Ontology for Biomedical Investigations (OBI) BioPortal link
Download the summary (Excel button)
Reports number of studies along with material and study metadata
Generating various type of summary reports
https://github.com/ideaconsult/notebooks-ambit/blob/master/enanomapper/tutorial.ipynb https://github.com/ideaconsult/notebooks-ambit/blob/master/enanomapper/summary.ipynb https://github.com/ideaconsult/notebooks-ambit/blob/master/enanomapper/explore.ipynb
While the eNanoMapper database supports structured formats for data import (e.g. IUCLID5/6 files, W3C RDF), JSON, the data originating from NanoSafety Cluster during the last decade is predominantly provided in the form of custom spreadsheet (MS Excel) templates.
To steer the spreadsheet layout design towards harmonization, while retaining the user friendliness and the features deemed important by the labs, we provide a
Log into the project database at the Nanosafety Data Interface
Template Wizard menu and select physchem, ecotox, in-vitro, exposure and release templates or literature curation templates.
Fill in the relevant options in the web form and click
Fill in the template
Upload the file a dedicated results location, as agreed within the project
The files will be taken from the agreed results location, assigned a NMDataParser configuration and imported into project-specific eNanoMapper database instance, using the eNanoMapper FAIRification workflow
More about enanoMapper data entry workflow. Additional templates will be added according to WP suggestions.