An initial rubric for asking questions about tools.
The tool has a unique name and an informative description.
The tool can be freely downloaded or accessed from a webpage.
The tool utilizes a community-accepted ontology.
Tutorials for the tool are available on the tool’s homepage.
Source code is shared in a public repository and is documented.
Previous versions of the tool are made available.
Contact information is provided for the creator(s) of the tool and information describing how to cite the tool is provided.
The tool can be accessed programmatically through an API and follows community standards for open APIs.
Licensing information is provided on the tool’s homepage.
An ultra-fast LINCS L1000 Characteristic Direction signature search engine
An integrative web platform for analysis of LINCS data and signatures
Connections to user-defined signatures
Interactive map of key signal transduction pathways and drug-target data
DCB provides interactive visualization of cancer cell-line viability data
A web app and browser extension to extract and analyze signatures from GEO
An intuitive web-based gene list enrichment analysis tool with 90 libraries
LINCS Data Portal
Provides unified interface for searching all LINCS dataset packages and entities
Drug Response Browser
Online tool for browsing breast cancer cell line drug dose-response data
Discovers networks linking proteomic, transcriptomic, and epigenomic data
Breast Cancer Browser
Online tool for browsing multiple datasets relevant to breast cancer biology