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The EPA CompTox Dashboard and Underpinning Software Architecture – a platform for data integration for environmental chemistry data (ACS Fall Meeting 7 of 12)
Williams, A., Chris Grulke, D. Chang, K. Markey, AND J. Edwards. The EPA CompTox Dashboard and Underpinning Software Architecture – a platform for data integration for environmental chemistry data (ACS Fall Meeting 7 of 12). Presented at ACS Fall Meeting, Washington, DC, August 20 - 24, 2017.
Platform presentation at the ACS Fall meeting
The CompTox Dashboard was developed by the Environmental Protection Agency’s National Center for Computational Toxicology. This dashboard has been architected in a manner that allows for the deployment of multiple “applications”, both as publicly available databases, and for deployment under the constraints of confidential business information (CBI). The public dashboard provide access to multiple types of data for ~750,000 chemicals. This includes, when available, physicochemical parameters, toxicity and bioassay data, consumer use and analytical data. Fate, exposure, and hazard calculations can benefit from access to the data aggregation and curation efforts that underpin the public dashboard. And regulators can benefit from the integration of their own data within their closed infrastructure environments. This presentation will provide a review of the chemistry dashboard architecture and its present application providing access to data to the research and regulatory communities. We will also review present developments in the area of delivering an application programming interface, web services, and software components for integration into third party applications. This abstract does not reflect U.S. EPA policy.
URLs/Downloads:EPA COMPTOX CHEMISTRY DASHBOARD AND UNDERPINNING SOFTWARE_V3_FINAL.PDF (PDF,NA pp, 2386.025 KB, about PDF)
WILLIAMS_ACS_FALL_ABSTRACT_7.PDF (PDF,NA pp, 43.841 KB, about PDF)