HUPO Proteomics Standards Initiative
Quality Control Working Group (PSI-QC)
- Quality Control Group Charter
- Group Structure (2017)
- Formats, Definitions, and Metrics
- Getting Involved
The PSI Quality Control workgroup is one of the working groups of the Proteomics Standards Initiative.
Focus and Purpose
The PSI-QC working group is composed of academic, government, and industry researchers, software developers, journal representatives, and instrument manufacturers. The main goal of the PSI-QC working group is to define a community data format and associated controlled vocabulary terms, facilitating data exchange and archiving of mass spectrometry derived quality control metrics.
Current projects of the PSI-QC working group are:
- The qcML format, which has been developed as a standardized format for the exchange, transmission, and archiving of quality control metrics derived from mass spectrometry.
- Controlled Vocabulary development: controlled vocabulary terms are developed in common with the PSI-MS and PSI-PI groups.
submit a perspective manuscript to a journal in the field to announce the PSI-QC WG √ (PubMed link)
analyze and revise the already published qcML format for submission to the PSI document process √
re-evaluate the CV terms used for qcML, and consolidate the location for these terms in light of the existing PSI-MS CV √
adapt the already published jqcML library to handle the updates to qcML and the CV terms; implement validation
implement qcML output from several freely available quality metric tools (e.g., QuaMeter, OpenMS)
establish the revised qcML format and associated CV terms as a HUPO-PSI standard, by submitting the standard to the PSI Document Process
|Chair||David L. Tabb|
|Co-chair||Mathias Walzer, Wout Bittremieux|
|MIAPE Co-ordinator||Weimin Zhu, Reza Salek|
|Ontology Co-ordinator||Julian Uszkoreit|
|Website Maintainer||Mathias Walzer|
|MaxQuant liaison||Chris Bielow|
Formats, Definitions, and Metrics
You can find the ongoing work and older versions of the qcML format, term definitions, and metric designs on our HUPO-PSI GitHub page.
If you would like to contribute to the work of the Quality Control workgroup, or just to receive the occasional email when a new version of a format becomes available, please contact us on psidev-qc-dev [at] lists.sourceforge.net or our GitHub page.