The full* content of the AOP-Wiki is available in an XML format. The data definition file for the AOP-XML standard is here: https://aopwiki.org/AOP-XML%20Schema%20definition.xsd. More information on the different types of XML files available are given below.
*Currently, key events and key event relationships that are not associated with an AOP are missing from the XML download. These components will be added to the XML files soon.
The AOP-Wiki now provides quarterly downloads of all content in an XML format. These downloads are stable and will be maintained by the AOP-Wiki for citation purposes when the information is used as part of a publication. The list of quarterly downloads available is here: https://aopwiki.org/downloads.
For users who wish to mirror AOP-Wiki content in their own site, the AOP-Wiki now provides a nightly export of all content in an XML format. This content is overwritten nightly with no permanent backups. If this content is used for publication purposes, the authors are responsible for making the AOP-Wiki content associated with that publication available for reproducibility purposes.
The nightly XML download is available here: https://aopwiki.org/downloads/aop-wiki-xml.gz
The AOP-Wiki provides a dynamic XML feed of up to the minute content for individual AOPs. The URL for this feed can be obtained by clicking on the XML button in the top left corner of the AOP page.
B Other Files
Several additional files with specific subsets of content from the AOP-Wiki for users who don't wish to parse the full XML documents. These files are replaced nightly with no permanent backups. If these files are the basis of a published analysis, the authors are reponsible for maintaining the original file and making this file available for reproducibility purposes.
Tab delimited file containing basic information relating to key events. Available here: https://aopwiki.org/downloads/aop_ke_mie_ao.tsv Contains the following columns: aop id, key event id, key event type, key event name
key event type is one of the following: MolecularInitiatingEvent - indicates that the KE is the MIE for the indicated AOP AdverseOutcome - indicates that the KE is the AO for the indicated AOP KeyEvent - indicates an intermediate KE for the indicated AOP
Key Event Relationships
Key Event Components
Tab delimited file containing basic information relating to key event components. Available here: https://aopwiki.org/downloads/aop_ke_ec.tsv Contains the following columns: aop id, key event id, action, object source, object ontology id, object term, process source, process ontology id, process term