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Pipeline Pilot Webinars

In this webinar series, we will showcase how Pipeline Pilot, BIOVIA's graphical scientific authoring application, can address your scientific challenges and in return, provide significant value to you and your organization. Delivered by BIOVIA customers, partners, and experts, webinars will cover specific Pipeline Pilot capabilities, product and partner integrations, the value of Pipeline Pilot, and much more.

Webinars will continue to be added to this series, so please check back often.

Past Webinars

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What’s New in Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA Cheminformatics
Presented by: Matthew Sage, Ph.D. Sr. Product Manager Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA

Recent Updates to Pipeline Pilot Chemistry Collection and Software Development Kit, Direct, Draw, Insight and Insight for Excel.
Request this presentation where we demonstrate the new capabilities in the area of scientific decision support and chemical representation. Learn about recent workflow updates, enhancements and how BIOVIA Insight can be used to visualize data captured by applications in the Unified Laboratory Management suite. We also show updates for BIOVIA Draw, Direct and the BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot Chemistry Collection. Finally, you’ll get to see a preview of what we plan to release in the near future.

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What’s New in BIOVIA Cheminformatics
Presented by: Matthew Sage, Ph.D. Sr. Product Manager Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA

Join us for this presentation where our experts will demonstrate the dramatic improvement in charting speed and cover new capabilities in the area of scientific decision support. We will show recent workflow updates, enhancements to BIOVIA Insight and BIOVIA Insight for Excel integration, and how BIOVIA Insight with QSAR Workbench can provide a virtual research environment which reduces the time and cost to find target molecules. We will also give updates on BIOVIA Draw, Direct and the BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot Chemistry Collection and how they impact BIOVIA Insight and BIOVIA Insight for Excel. Finally, you’ll get to see a preview of what we plan to release in 2018.

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Overview – What’s New in the BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot 2017 R2 Release
Presented by: BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot Product Manager Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA

Join us and hear from BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot experts who will highlight core capabilities, and new features in in the BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot 2017 R2. Included with the BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot server and client will be high level overviews for the Scientific Collections including Data Modeling, Chemistry, Biology and Imaging Collections.

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What’s New in BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot Chemistry 2017 R2
Presented by: Matthew Sage, Ph.D. Sr. Product Manager Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA

This talk covers enhancements to the BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot Chemistry Collection including:

  • BIOVIA Plug-in Sketcher enhancements
  • Improvements to the ability to synchronize custom residues used for creating Biologics with the BIOVIA Foundation’s Centralized library
  • The ability to perceive sequences from any supported molfile format
  • The inclusion of Openeye’s latest Lexichem library

Join us and stay up to date with whats new in BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot and how these features can help your organization.

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Deep Dive – New Features in BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot 2017 R2
Presented by: Jannise Buckley, Ph.D. Product Manager Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA

This presentation will take a deeper dive in to some of the major release updates that will make a positive impact on the day to day workflows of BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot users, including:

  • Client and server infrastructure upgrades and performance enhancements
  • Increased processing speed, scalability and security of Pipeline Pilot
  • New Dashboard Collection
  • Integration with Python
  • New data cleaning components
  • And much more…

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What’s New in BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot Data Modeling 2017 R2
Presented by: Dana Honeycutt, Ph.D. Principal Software Development Scientist Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA

This talk covers enhancements to Pipeline Pilot in the areas of Analytics, Big Data, and Machine Learning. These enhancements include Hadoop I/O integration and enhanced scalability of native Pipeline Pilot models, including in-memory model support. Assessment of variable (feature) importance is now supported for all types of predictive models. We will also cover new enhancements in the areas of data characterization and cleaning.

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What’s New in BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot Biology & Imaging 2017 R2
Presented by: Tim Moran Product Marketing, Life Science R&D Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA

This talk covers enhancements to Pipeline Pilot in the areas of Sequence Analysis, Next Generation Sequencing and Imaging. Enhancements to the Biology Collections include 3Rd party tool updates, performance improvements and an API. Finally enhancements to the Imaging Collection include major performance improvements in working with Big Images, enhancements to 3D image processing and analysis, new image visualization tools and segmentation algorithms.

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What’s New in Pipeline Pilot Chemistry
Presented by: Moises Hassan, Sr. Manager, Development Scientist

In this talk we will present new features and enhancements added to the Pipeline Pilot Chemistry Collection for release 2016. The enhancements include extension of the support for the HELM format (Pistoia Alliance) to parse XHELM, improved 2D layout of macromolecules created from HELM strings, expanded monomer libraries to improve conversion between HELM and SCSR representation, and integration with the HELM Editor. Other topics that will be covered include new methods added to the PPChem client SDK for reaction enumeration, updated OpenEye libraries for chemical naming, redesigned chemistry sketcher component to avoid applets, and miscellaneous enhancements.

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What’s New in Pipeline Pilot Statistics
Presented by: Dana Honeycutt, Principal Software Development Scientist

This presentation covers new Pipeline Pilot capabilities in the area of scientific predictive analytics. We explain the what, why, and how of ensemble models, error models, and goodness models. Other topics covered include: deep learning, data cleaning, molecular hot spots, and improvements to data visualization. Finally, several new capabilities in the area of formulation visualization, modeling, and optimization will be presented. Presented by: Dana Honeycutt, Principal Software Development Scientist

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What’s new in the Biology and Imaging Collections for Pipeline Pilot 9.5
Presented by: Tim Moran, Product Management Director

Tim Moran, product manager for the Pipeline Pilot Biology and Imaging Collections, will provide an update on new capabilities for the 9.5 release. Tim will also provide brief introductions, for those of you who are starting out on working with these collections.

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Pipeline Pilot Document and Text Collection: Refresher and What’s New in 9.5
Presented by: Andrew LeBeau, Director, Scientific Platform and Data Management Portfolio

In this webinar we’ll give a brief overview of the Pipeline Pilot Documents and Text Collection and then highlight the extensive new capabilities in the 9.5 release for adding content to Microsoft Word documents.

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Deploying Pipeline Pilot in High Performance Computing (HPC) Environments
Presented by Lynn Miller, Principal Tech Support Scientist, BIOVIA (formerly Accelrys)

The use of Pipeline Pilot in enterprise and/or compute-intensive environments often leads to the desire to leverage high performance computing (HPC) environments, such as grids or clusters. This webinar will describe how AEP can be deployed in HPC scenarios, including tips and tricks for optimizing the environment.

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The New Pipeline Pilot Chemistry SDK
Presented by David Foss, Advisory Software Development Scientist, BIOVIA

The new Chemistry SDK for Java enables developers to write client-side tools and applications that utilize the power of the chemistry engine used within the Pipeline Pilot (now BIOVIA Foundation).

This webinar will describe the Chemistry SDK and how it maps (or not) to components within the Chemistry Collection before diving in to an example application (or two) to demonstrate the capabilities.

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What’s New in Imaging and Sequencing
Presented by Tim Moran, Director Product Management, BIOVIA

This webinar will cover enhancements in the 9.2 release of BIOVIA Foundation (formerly Accelrys Enterprise Platform) and Pipeline Pilot for Imaging and Sequencing Collections.

In Imaging, development has been focused in two broad areas. First, machine learning. We added several advanced feature detectors. Those features can be made available in the Image annotator, another mini application we have continued to improve. The image annotator enables supervised learning (think of it like tagging in Facebook). There has also been quite a bit of development in supporting assay analysis and management. We developed a prototype High Content Screening Workbench and integrated with the leading tools in preclinical imaging to support both on-premises and cloud based deployments.

Numerous improvements have also been made on the Next Generation and Sequence Analysis Collections for the Pipeline Pilot 9.2 release. We continue to enhance performance for jobs run locally as well as in HPC environments. We will also introduce the NGS workbench prototype. The workbench guides users in a friendly web interface and is easily customizable as it runs in WebPort.

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Advanced Reporting Topics for Pipeline Pilot

This webinar will focus on advanced use of the Reporting Collection for Pipeline Pilot. Topics to be covered will include a mix of Format/Position settings, Protocol Function, Data Connector API, CrossTab, and Canvas Elements. Join us and learn how to spice up your reports!

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Spreading the Scientific Wealth: How to Deploy Pipeline Pilot Protocols within your Organization
Presented by: Eddy Vande Water, Director Field Applications Scientist

Pipeline Pilot is a great tool for developing scientific web services and applications that allow you to do more science, faster. Using the visual programming environment (see “Programming with Accelrys Pipeline Pilot” Jan 14th, 2014), you can rapidly develop and update Pipeline Pilot protocols to enhance your personal productivity.

But don’t keep these all to yourself! You should spread the wealth to your colleagues and partners. Pipeline Pilot provides multiple ways to distribute your scientific web services and applications into your organization, from simple ones (e.g., a simple url) to much more professional and enterprise ones (using some of our SDKs).

In this webinar, we will introduce the various options and explore when to use each one.

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eLearning Courses for Accelrys Pipeline Pilot: Learn More to Do More!
Presented by: Heather Arnaiz and Karen Westphal, Accelrys

Accelrys has traditionally offered instructor-led training for Pipeline Pilot. We have recently added the option of web-based, self-paced eLearning. Several courses are currently available and new courses are added regularly. eLearning courses can be used on their own, as a refresher or in addition to onsite training.

In this talk, we will discuss the currently available eLearning courses for Pipeline Pilot and how to sign up for them.

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Programming with Accelrys Pipeline Pilot
Presented by: Dana Honeycutt, Principal Scientist, Accelrys

In my view, the visual programming environment provided by Pipeline Pilot deserves strong consideration as a primary choice to develop scientific applications. Personally, although I also program in C++ and R scripting, I find when I need something done quickly, I can get up and running the fastest in Pipeline Pilot. More importantly, Pipeline Pilot allows me to iteratively refine an initial design into a production quality application with impressive speed. Finally, tools such as the Shortcut Component and Component Reader/Writer make Pipeline Pilot a truly self-referential and extensible system. In this talk, I make the case for why Pipeline Pilot is my top choice programming environment.

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The New Thomson Reuters Cortellis Collection for Accelrys
Tim Miller, VP Product Management, Thomson Reuters
Jeannine Stuzka, Sr. Scientist, Accelrys

Improved knowledge creation, better decisions, faster “aha!” moments— All this is possible because the Thomson Reuters Cortellis™ for Informatics targets API is now integrated into Pipeline Pilot, specifically Pipeline Pilot. Expertly curated targets information, drawn from sources such as Thomson Reuters IntegritySM and MetaCore™ from GeneGo, a Thomson Reuters business, can be accessed through Accelrys’ software, including Pipeline Pilot, Accelrys Electronic Lab Notebook and Isentris.

This webinar describes and demonstrates how the integration of target content from Thomson Reuters into Accelrys’ Pipeline Pilot can benefit you. Leveraging Cortellis content through Pipeline Pilot and other Accelrys applications means faster and better decisions, more rapid results and fewer project delays in pharma and biotech research.

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Pipeline Pilot 8.0: Enabling Enterprise Image Informatics
Tim Moran, Director

This session will focus on the many new enhancements to the Imaging Collection including a comprehensive supported set of image file formats and a wide range of commercial and open source image processing applications. In addition, an interactive viewer within Pipeline Pilot, has been developed for viewing, annotating and processing images of all sizes providing the scientific enterprise with a single platform for all R&D image informatics. Learn how to apply state of the art learning and modeling techniques to image regions for advanced processing and analysis.

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Pipeline Pilot: Bridging the Gap Between Research and IT
Andy Leuthe, Director, Product Marketing,
Conrad Agramont, Senior Product Manager,
Mike Peeler, Senior Director

In today's environment, research organizations are under extreme pressure to increase the pace and productivity of the innovation cycle. IT is feeling the same pressure as they are a critical element in helping internal customers achieve these business objectives. Learn how Pipeline Pilot optimizes scientific collaboration via Microsoft SharePoint, automates scientific workflows and addresses the needs of the scientific enterprise. The result? IT managers are better able to align resources with objectives, control costs and improve internal customer satisfaction.

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