Sunday, December 08, 2013

Programming in the Life Sciences #15: Sixth project screenshot

After five earlier screenshots, here follow a sixth one. That sums up all the projects I have received at this moment for Programming in the Life Science course. The team of Sam and Oskar decided to use a tree layout to show the pathways in which a selected compound is found, and a subset of targets and compounds for that pathway. To deal with all the asynchronous aspects, they first aggregate all data (from four different API calls), show the progress, and the amount of data found:

And once that data has been collected, the user can create the tree, which will then show something like this for citric acid: