EPA has released the first beta version (version 0.5) of the Interactive Chemical Safety for Sustainability (iCSS) Dashboard. The beta version of the iCSS Dashboard provides an interactive tool to explore rapid, automated (or in vitro high-throughput) chemical screening data generated by the Toxicity Forecaster (ToxCast) project and the federal Toxicity Testing in the 21st century (Tox21) collaboration.
Please email the Dashboards Team to provide feedback on ways to improve the Dashboard or to be added to a mailing list to receive status updates. The intent is to use stakeholder feedback to develop updated versions of the iCSS Dashboard and to add more Dashboards.
To get the best possible experience using the CSS Dashboard application we recommend using Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.
Users of the iCSS Dashboard v0.5 can perform basic data and chemical selection, as well as simple data exploration in a seamless environment. EPA will continuously add functionality and improve overall usability and performance. The initial release conveys the conceptual framework and design of the iCSS web application.
The iCSS Dashboard contains the results from more than 800 Assay Endpoints (High-Throughput Screening-HTS Data) across over 1,800 chemicals from seven primary HTS assay sources. The release of the iCSS Dashboard coincides with the release of the ToxCast Phase II data. All of the ToxCast Phase II data (including assay summary activity files, assay description files, effect and endpoint data files from animal toxicity studies, concentration response data files & chemical library and structure files) are available on the ToxCast Data Download Page.
The vision is for the Dashboard to evolve into an iCSS web application which will become the portal to access all EPA computational toxicology research data and studies including:
ToxCast Data Use Considerations
Stakeholder Opportunities to Learn & Explore the Data