Toolbox 4.6 Release Notes

Toolbox 4.6 Installation Manual

Toolbox 4.6 Multi-User Server Manual

Toolbox 4.6 Getting started – Quick reference guide

Deploying the TEDRA plugin

Video Tutorials

1. Installation process
2. User interface
3. Input: Enter target chemical
4. Input: Define target endpoint
5. Profiling: Profile a chemical
6. Data: Collecting data
7. Alert performance
8. Category definition: searching for analogues
9. Data gap filling: methods
10. Data gap filling: Subcategorization
11. Reporting
12. Exporting
13. Import IU database
14. Repository
15. Web Client: QSAR Toolbox
16. Web Client: IUCLID searches

Tutorials for previous Toolbox versions

Webinar by OECD & ECHA: QSAR Toolbox Version 4.0 Features

OECD QSAR Toolbox training

Predicting SS by making use of read-across

Predicting AMES by making use of read-across

Predicting aquatic toxicity to daphnia by trend analysis

Evaluating category consistency and subsequent

Building a custom profiler

Building a QSAR model

Predicting SS accounting for skin metabolism

Predicting SS accounting for abiotic activation

Predicting toxicity of mixtures for fish

Skin Sensitization of mixture

Implementation of AOP workflow in Toolbox SS

Illustrating customized search (Query Tool) in Toolbox

Endpoint vs. endpoint correlation using ToxCast data

Endpoint vs. endpoint correlation for apical endpoints

Predicting aquatic toxicity to fish account for tautomerism

Automated workflow for Skin sensitization

Standardized workflow for Skin sensitization

Automated workflow for Ecotoxicity

ECHA Webinars

1. New developments and regulatory applications of the OECD QSAR Toolbox
2. The QSAR Toolbox simplified user interface
3. OECD QSAR Toolbox applications for REACH and beyond
4. QSARs and their assessment under dossier evaluation
5. Introduction to QSAR Toolbox web interface
6. Link between QSAR Toolbox and IUCLID
7. Automated Workflow for Defined Approaches for Skin Sensitisation (DASS AW) in the QSAR Toolbox
8. QSAR Toolbox classic interface
9. OECD QSAR Toolbox training

Other Webinars

Webinar on the new (Q)SAR Assessment Framework

(Q)SAR Assessment Framework (QAF)

The (Quantitative) Structure-Activity Relationship ((Q)SAR) Assessment Framework (QAF) represents a systematic and harmonised framework for the regulatory assessment of (Q)SAR models, predictions, and results based on multiple predictions. The proposed assessment is meant to be applicable irrespective of the modelling technique used to build the model, the predicted endpoint, and the intended regulatory purpose. The primary audience of the QAF is regulatory authorities and their stakeholders. In addition, any other (Q)SAR user is encouraged to refer to the QAF when using (Q)SARs for regulatory purposes. Complementing the QAF, updates for the (Q)SAR model reporting format (QMRF) and (Q)SAR prediction reporting format (QPRF) have been developed.
(Q)SAR Assessment Framework (QAF)
(Q)SAR model reporting format (QMRF)
(Q)SAR prediction reporting format (QPRF)
If you are interested to know more about QAF, visit the previous section - Webinars.


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