CDD Vault Update: Maximum Measured Activity
November 3, 2014
Concentration response calculations: minimum and maximum measured activity
In addition to calculating the IC50, CDD Vault automatically calculates a set of parameters related to the curve fit. We now also report the minimum and maximum measured activity, which are simply the extremal values of all measured responses. This supplements the maximum value derived from the curve fit.
Learn more about concentration-response calculations in CDD Vault
API: download readout rows by run ID instead of run date
You can create an API call to download readout data from a protocol by using the run ID instead of run dates. Learn more about the API
Vision: build a predictive model from a molecule collection
Machine learning models can now be based on molecule collections, in addition to lists of molecules tested in a protocol. This increases the flexibility of models, to allow training sets based on public data, or any combination of molecules stored within your vault. Learn more about models and CDD Visualization.
Release notes move to the CDD blog
Every two weeks or so, CDD updates the CDD Vault application. You can find all of the recent updates on our blog. The link is available from the footer of your CDD Vault as well.