User: Martin Fitzpatrick

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Universiteit Utrecht
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Post-doctoral bioinformatics researcher at Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands. Previously completed a PhD at the University of Birmingham, UK in the metabolomics of inflammatory diseases. Keen open-source programmer and developer behind Pathomx a workflow-based desktop analysis tool, developed to automate the processing of NMR spectra. Working mainly in Python, MATLAB and R.

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Comment: C: Pathomx - Workflow-based analysis software with metabolomics toolkit
... Thanks Andrew, let me know how you get on. I've submitted a paper for the software and it's currently under review, will update the post once it is published. [The paper is now published; I've updated the post] ...
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Comment: C: Pathomx - Workflow-based analysis software with metabolomics toolkit
... Great suggestion, thanks. I've updated the documentation to add MetaStars (and BioStars) as options for support. ...
written 2.9 years ago by Martin Fitzpatrick40
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Tool: Pathomx - Workflow-based analysis software with metabolomics toolkit
... Pathomx is a workflow-based analysis tool featuring a NMR toolkit allowing rapid, reproducible and adaptable analysis of metabolomics data.  It was developed as part of my PhD in metabolomics of inflammatory diseases, where I found a need for a tool to enable higher-throughput reproducible analysis ...
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Comment: C: How to improve Metastars?
... There is also the MetaboNews newsletter http://www.metabonews.ca/archive.html which might be a good spot for an announcement (if you haven't already). ...
written 2.9 years ago by Martin Fitzpatrick40
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Comment: C: How to improve Metastars?
... I think it'd be more harmful on balance, you'd end up spending half of your time cutting spam posts (not even related to metabolomics). The issue you raise is probably a real one, but might become less of an issue with more posts - seeing other people asking questions, etc. ...
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Answer: A: How to improve Metastars?
... The functionality is all there I would just work on building the content (chicken and egg) to get a critical mass of users dropping by. I've only just discovered this via Istvan's comment on BioStars. Something simple like syndicating the RSS (new questions, tags as hashtags) to Twitter would boost ...
written 2.9 years ago by Martin Fitzpatrick40

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