Cholesteryl Ester Transfer Protein (CETP) as a Drug Target for Cardiovascular Disease
datasetposted on 2021-07-30, 11:18 authored by Floriaan SchmidtFloriaan Schmidt
Contains data and computer scripts to generate the figures underlying the manuscript: Cholesteryl Ester Transfer Protein (CETP) as a Drug Target for Cardiovascular Disease.
# Scripts and deposited data
This directory contains R and python scripts along with the data necessary to
generate the results described in the manuscript: 'cholesteryl ester transfer
protein (CETP) as a drug target for cardiovascular disease'.
## Directory content
The `scripts` directory contains the computer codes necessary to
generate the figures which get saved to the `figures` directory.
The scripts source data from the `MR_data` and `TRIAL_data` directories.
The `PICKLED_data` directory contains the python pickled files from
which we extracted the .csv files in `MR_data` -- these files can be ignored.
## Computer scripts
The directory root contains various R (.R) and python (.py) scripts that
will process the data files.
It also contains a `cetp_conda_env.yml` file to conda install the
necessary R and python modules:
conda env create -f cetp_conda_env.yml
This creates the `cetp` conda environment.
To generate the figures, please run the following `bash` script:
# run from the scripts directory
### Input and output
: Takes the MR_data .tsv files and returns Figures 2 and 5.
: Takes the MR_data .tsv/csv files and returns Figure 4.
: Takes the MR_data .tsv files and returns Figure 3.
: Takes the TRIAL_data .xlsx files and returns Figure 1.
Please contact Floriaan Schmidt for any queries: email@example.com .
BHF grant PG/18/5033837 and the UCL BHF Research Accelerator AA/18/6/34223
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