Warehouse data (canonical molecules, ontologies) are converted to BioPAX utility classes, such as EntityReference, ControlledVocabulary, EntityFeature sub-classes, and saved as the initial BioPAX model, which forms the foundation for integrating pathway data and for id-mapping.
Pathway and binary interaction data (interactions, participants) are normalized next and merged into the database. Original reference molecules are replaced with the corresponding BioPAX warehouse objects.
Links to the access summary for Warehouse data sources are not provided below; however, the total number of requests minus errors will be fair estimate. Access statistics are computed from January 2014, except unique IP addresses, which are computed from November 2014.
The Pathway Commons team much appreciates the fundamental contribution of
all the data providers, authors, Identifiers.org,
all the open biological ontologies, the open-source projects and standards,
which made creating of this integrated BioPAX web service and database feasible.