An interactive pathway visualization tool for on-the-fly stable isotope tracing analysis.

Escher-Trace Instructions

Try it out by launching Escher-Trace and clicking "Import Tracing Data" in the bottom right corner of the screen. Download this Escher-Trace Workspace file and upload it to Escher-Trace as a JSON file (under Reupload Workspace). Interact with the data by using Escher-Trace menu located on the right hand side of the screen. More information on how to upload your own data and interact with it using Escher-Trace can be found in the Documentation

About Escher

The rest of the functionality in Escher-Trace is provided by the Escher pathway visualization software. To learn more about Escher, visit the Escher homepage or check out the Documentation.

How do I cite Escher-Trace?

Avi Kumar, Jack Mitchener, Zachary A. King, and Christian M. Metallo. Escher-Trace: a web application for pathway-based visualization of stable isotope tracing data. BMC Bioinformatics 21, 297 (2020).


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