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Report of the Service Integration with OpenRiskNet - Final Report (Deliverable 4.3)

Jennen, Danyel; Martens, Marvin; Willighagen, Egon; Evelo, Chris; Karatzas, Pantelis; Doganis, Philip; Sarimveis, Haralambos; Geerke, Daan; Spjuth, Ola; Berg, Arvid; Gebele, Denis; Raza, Atif; Jacobs, Marc; Farcal, Lucian; Exner, Thomas

This report describes the final status of the service integration including numbers of active services provided by the consortium, associated partners and other third parties. The work described in this report addresses all areas and tasks of WP4 (i.e. Toxicology, Chemical Properties and Bioassay Databases, Omics Databases, Knowledge Bases and Data Mining, Ontology Services, Processing and Analysis, Predictive Toxicology, Workflows, Visualisation and Reporting). Because of their importance for service integration, we also reference to work performed in WP1 on case studies and in WP2 on e-infrastructure interoperability and deployment.
The report includes examples of how the services provided by the consortium partners and associated partners are combined and integrated into workflows providing solutions to answer the specific case study questions. Further details are presented on how the services from the Implementation Challenge are strengthening the demonstration on the case studies.
A detailed, up-to-date description of all services integrated in OpenRiskNet including the extensive categorization of the integration status (a process based on a predefined set of eight operations) is available on the project’s website. Here we will concentrate on statistics on the services integrated (e.g. categories, type, applicability domain and areas covered, targeted users or industries).

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