MASSyPup(64) - The Mass Spectrometry Live Linux
MASSyPup(64) is a Linux Live distribution for the analysis of mass spectrometry data. It can be run directly from a USB drive, or installed on a hard disc. Further, it is possible to remaster MASSyPup(64), for distributing software and/ or datasets, e.g. for training courses.
Software list (version 20190525_mp64_docker)
High-level programming languages
|OpenJDK||Open Java Development Kit||
|Python 2 and 3||Python programming language||
General MS programs
|ESIprot||molecular weight determination from multiply charged ions||
|mMass||versatile MS tool||
|MZmine 2||MS data processing (mainly LC-MS)||
For ESIprot, example data are installed in
R packages and tools
|CRAN R||recent version of R||
|RStudio||(Integrated Development Environmet)||
|MALDIquantForeign||reading/ writing of MS data||
|MALDIquant||quantitative analysis of MS data||
|MetaboAnalystR||(metabolomics data processing)||
|XCMS||(LC-MS data processing)||
|RmsiGUI||(Mass Spectrometry Imaging platform)||
|Rattle||Data Mining GUI for R||
The Graphical User Interface (GUI) of the Trans-Proteomic Pipeline - Petunia http://tools.proteomecenter.org/wiki/index.php?title=Software:TPP can be run as a Docker image. Running Docker requires root access (
sudo su; password "mp64"):
docker run -dit --user=root -p 10401:10401 -v /tmp/tppdata:/data spctools/tpp apache2ctl -DFOREGROUND
After starting the container, Petunia is available from a web browser at http://localhost:10401/tpp/cgi-bin/tpp_gui.pl. To login, one can use the login "guest" with password "guest".
2019-05-25: New version, based on antiX, and including Docker. Available from https://zenodo.org/record/3228788. Direct download link: https://zenodo.org/record/3228788/files/20190525_mp64_docker.iso?download=1
2016-12-07: MASSyPup64 moved to Zenodo: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.195529
2015-11-26: Installation of Mass-Up for MALDI-ToF data analyses (pre-processing, clustering etc.). Seems to work fine for metabolic fingerprinting data as well! Reference: H. López-Fernández et al., BMC Bioinformatics, 2015.
2015-11-17: Open access article: Winkler (2015), An evolving computational platform for biological mass spectrometry: workflows, statistics and data mining with MASSyPup64. PeerJ 3:e1401; DOI 10.7717/peerj.1401
2015-11-13: RKWard, an excellent GUI for R, is included now. Since I had to compile KDE, I also added the Calligra office suite, which contains a word processor, a spreadsheet program, a presentation program, a visual database management front-end, a project management application, a notetaking and mindmapping application, a flowchart drawing program, a vector graphics editor, a digital painting program and an e-book authoring application. Further, R was upgraded to 3.2.0 and a basic LaTeX installation was included (with editor Kile).
2015-09-04: Bug fixes, inclusion of examples for Proteomics and Metabolomics (targeted and un-targeted). Several workflows were included for protein identification and validation (with extraction of proteins of interest; text mining; optimized and implemented in taverna) and LC-MS data processing for untargeted Metabolomics (feature finding, alignment, text export, adjusted from the OpenMS/TOPPAS examples). TPP 4.8 and some special tools for large data editing were add: The non-conventional spreadsheet program teapot and a command line program for transposing large matrices.
2015-06-17: First version of MASSyPup64 (link to .iso), based on Fatdog64.
2015-02-27: Installation of R packages MALDIquant and MALDIquantForeign, for MS data analysis in R. Upgrade of SpiderMass. Inclusion of a low-temperature plasma (LTP) mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) data set of chili pepper (as reported in Maldonado et al., 2014, Journal of Proteomics). Installation of MSI.R scripts for MSI data analysis with R. Unetbootin installed for Live-USB stick creation.
2014-09-04: Inclusion of RMassBank for the generation of high-quality entries. MM14 data set for the testing/ optimization of algorithms added. Upgrade of MZmine to version 2.11 (including GridMass) and upgrade of the Trans-Proteomic Pipeline to version 4.7.1. Inclusion of an R script for converting cdf files to mzData (other conversions can be done by msconvert).
2014-05-28: DeNovoGUI added, SearchGUI and PeptideShaker updated. Buffer overflow problem of Comet fixed (many thanks to Jimmy K. Eng!). Various Perl scripts in TPP corrected (#!/usr/bin/perl). TPP now is accessible directly after starting the Web Browser, with Comet as the default search engine.
2014-05-19: OpenMS/TOPP (TOPPAS/ TOPPView) and Comet added.
2014-03-13: Trans-Proteomic Pipeline (TPP) added. Upgrade of SpiderMass.
2014-02-01: metaXCMS added. Upgrade of SpiderMass (formula generator and isotope calculator).
If MASSyPup is useful for you, please cite:
Winkler R.: An evolving computational platform for biological mass spectrometry: workflows, statistics and data mining with MASSyPup64. PeerJ, 3:e1401, 1-34, 2015, DOI 10.7717/peerj.1401
Winkler R.: MASSyPup – an 'Out of the Box' solution for the analysis of mass spectrometry data. Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 49(1), 37-42, 2014, http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jms.3314
MASSyPup64: All files are deposited at Zenodo: https://zenodo.org/record/3228788 You can install the ISO file on an USB-stick (recommended), e.g. using Rufus. The recommended version is https://www.zenodo.org/record/3228788/files/20190525_mp64_docker.iso?download=1
MASSyPup (old 32bit-version): The 32-bit MASSyPup (depreciated) ISO DVD image can be downloaded from Zenodo (.iso files without '64'): http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.195529.
1) Create a bootable USB stick from the iso, e.g. using:
- Rufus http://rufus.akeo.ie/ (Windows), or
- Startup disk creator https://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-ubuntu (Ubuntu)
2) Then re-boot your computer, and select booting from USB storage device.(e.g. [F9], change boot order)