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EscherConverter is a standalone program that reads files created with Escher and converts them to files in community standard formats.
What is Escher?
Escher is a web-based tool for building, viewing, and sharing visualizations of biological pathways. These 'pathway maps' are a great way to contextualize data about metabolism. To get started, load a map by clicking the Load Map button above, or visit the documentation to learn more.
How do I cite Escher?
You can help support Escher by citing our publication when you use Escher or EscherConverter:
Zachary A. King, Andreas Dräger, Ali Ebrahim, Nikolaus Sonnenschein, Nathan E. Lewis, and Bernhard O. Palsson (2015) Escher: A web application for building, sharing, and embedding data-rich visualizations of biological pathways, PLOS Computational Biology 11(8): e1004321. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004321
Are there more maps available? Can I contribute maps?
How is Escher licensed?
Escher and EscherConverter are distributed under the MIT license.
What browsers can I use?
We recommend using Google Chrome for optimal performance, but Escher will also run in the latest versions of Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari (including mobile Safari).
I have more questions. Who do I ask?
Visit the documentation to get started with Escher and explore the API. You can follow @zakandrewking for Escher updates. If you find bugs or would like to contribute to the project, feel free to submit an issue and or a pull request on Github.