Software developed at PhI, offered free of charge to the scientific community.







Current software developments at PhI


Repository of source code developed at PhI. All source code is distributed as open source GPL v3 or MIT licenses


Flame is a flexible framework supporting predictive modeling and similarity search within the eTRANSAFE project that was developed open source and is available and will remain updated in our GitHub repository


NAMASTOX is a software tool for supporting the implementation of New Assessment Methods (NAMs) within a New Generation Risk Assessment (NGRA) framework developed under RISK HUNT3R project. It is open source and is available in our GitHub repository


Previous software developments at PhI


A flexible modeling framework, supporting of a wide variety of machine learning methods. The source code can be downloaded from our GitHub site, but here you will find it installed in a self-contained VM that we call “envoy”


R implementation of ADAN, an applicability-domain and reliability-index method developed ad-hoc for toxicity-related predictive models


A revolutionary tool for generating and handling Grid INdependent Descriptors


A fragment-based scaffold hopping tool able to generate synthetically accessible derivatives starting from a template ligand or a ligand-receptor complex