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Visualizing Deep Graph Generative Models for Drug Discovery

by   Karan Yang, et al.
cornell university

Drug discovery aims at designing novel molecules with specific desired properties for clinical trials. Over past decades, drug discovery and development have been a costly and time consuming process. Driven by big chemical data and AI, deep generative models show great potential to accelerate the drug discovery process. Existing works investigate different deep generative frameworks for molecular generation, however, less attention has been paid to the visualization tools to quickly demo and evaluate model's results. Here, we propose a visualization framework which provides interactive visualization tools to visualize molecules generated during the encoding and decoding process of deep graph generative models, and provide real time molecular optimization functionalities. Our work tries to empower black box AI driven drug discovery models with some visual interpretabilities.


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