Web Servers & Data Analysis
Metabolomic databases and software developed by the Wishart Node and its collaborators.
Since 2006, the Wishart Node at the University of Alberta has been developing and releasing freely available metabolomic databases, programs and web servers to the metabolomics community. These were developed to address persistent problems in compound identification, compound annotation, data reduction, data analysis, biological interpretation and knowledge translation.
The management and development of these resources was initially done under the auspices of the Bioinformatics Help Desk (a Genome Canada funded core facility) and the Human Metabolome Project from 2006-2010 but it is now handled through the support of TMIC and CIHR.
Freely use these databases and software and we’d love your feedback.