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Welcome to [[DISI:About | DISI]] (pronounce: /dizzy/ which is short for DISI Is Still Incomplete), a wiki focusing on computational pharmacology and ligand discovery tools hosted by docking.org on behalf of the [[Irwin Lab]] and [[Shoichet Lab]].  This wiki aims to serve several [[:Category:Roles | constituencies]], and is a work in progress.  Please [[Contribute |work with us and help us improve]] it.
 
Welcome to [[DISI:About | DISI]] (pronounce: /dizzy/ which is short for DISI Is Still Incomplete), a wiki focusing on computational pharmacology and ligand discovery tools hosted by docking.org on behalf of the [[Irwin Lab]] and [[Shoichet Lab]].  This wiki aims to serve several [[:Category:Roles | constituencies]], and is a work in progress.  Please [[Contribute |work with us and help us improve]] it.
  
== Who are you? ==
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== WHO are you? ==
 
This site contains information for lab members and for everyone using our public tools:
 
This site contains information for lab members and for everyone using our public tools:
* [[Welcome group members | Lab affiliates that need/has ssh access to our cluster]]
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* [[Welcome group members | Lab members with ssh]]
* [[Welcome web user | Non lab affiliates ]]
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* [[Welcome web user | Non members without ssh ]]
* Curator: [[Idioms]] [[ZINC15:videos]]
 
  
== Why are you here? ==
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== WHY are you here? ==
Are you interested in one of our main research areas:
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* [[:Category:Docking | Docking ]]
* [[:Category:Docking | Molecular Docking for ligand discovery]]
 
 
* [[:Category:Systems pharmacology | Systems pharmacology]]
 
* [[:Category:Systems pharmacology | Systems pharmacology]]
 
* [[:Category:Aggregation | Colloidal aggregation of small molecules]]
 
* [[:Category:Aggregation | Colloidal aggregation of small molecules]]
* [[:Category:Cheminformatics | Chemical informatics for ligand discovery]]
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* [[:Category:Cheminformatics | Chemical informatics]]  
Did you read one of our recent papers?
 
 
* [[DOCKovalent_3.7]] - Covalent docking
 
* [[DOCKovalent_3.7]] - Covalent docking
* [[:Category:Aggregator Advisor | Aggregator Advisor]]
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* more [[:Category:Topic | topics]]
* [[:Category:ZINC15 | ZINC15]] - Ligand Discovery for everyone
 
Or try one of the other [[:Category:Topic | topics]] of this wiki.
 
  
 
== Do you have a question? ==
 
== Do you have a question? ==
We have attempted to organize pages in several places, based on the kinds of questions you might have.
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We are trying to organize these pages:
  
=== [[:Category:Manual | WHAT ]] ===
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* [[:Category:Manual | WHAT ]] - manuals, such as they are.
Manuals for using lab software and tools, descriptions of programs, packages, websites, etc.
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* [[:Category:Tutorials | HOW ]] - Tutorials, such as they are.
 
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* [[:Category:Theory | WHY ]] - still working on turning our concept into an idea.
=== [[:Category:Tutorials | HOW ]] ===
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* [[:Category:Article_type | Other ]] - Everything else
Tutorials and  step-by-step instructions of specific use cases.
 
 
 
=== [[:Category:Theory | WHY ]] ===
 
Theory and conceptional explanations of techniques. These often not tied to a single program, package, or website and may differ from reality.
 
 
 
=== [[:Category:Article_type | Other ]] ===
 
Everything else
 
  
 
== Still haven't found what you're looking for? ==
 
== Still haven't found what you're looking for? ==

Latest revision as of 21:56, 13 May 2021

Welcome to DISI (pronounce: /dizzy/ which is short for DISI Is Still Incomplete), a wiki focusing on computational pharmacology and ligand discovery tools hosted by docking.org on behalf of the Irwin Lab and Shoichet Lab. This wiki aims to serve several constituencies, and is a work in progress. Please work with us and help us improve it.

WHO are you?

This site contains information for lab members and for everyone using our public tools:

WHY are you here?

Do you have a question?

We are trying to organize these pages:

  • WHAT - manuals, such as they are.
  • HOW - Tutorials, such as they are.
  • WHY - still working on turning our concept into an idea.
  • Other - Everything else

Still haven't found what you're looking for?

Try the search bar top right to see if that works...