Food Safety Knowledge Lab (FSK-Lab) is an open-source extension to the Konstanz Information Miner (KNIME). FSK-Lab enables KNIME users to work with FSKX models within KNIME. FSKX is an information exchange format for script-based models from the food safety domain – for details see here.
The FSK-Lab software allows users to:
- create / edit FSKX models
- import / export FSKX models
- run FSKX models written in R or Python
- join FSKX models
To install FSK-Lab follow the instructions here.
As FSK-Lab is an open source software project other software developers can join and extend the FSK-Lab source code. The software development process and the source code is available at: https://github.com/SiLeBAT/FSK-Lab
The information exchange format “FSXK” was formerly called “FSK-ML”. The video is a bit outdated on that aspect, but still describes the objective very well.
This video is a good introduction into the software KNIME and the FSK-Lab extension. Note: with FSK-Lab 2.0 the look-and-feel of some nodes has changed a bit and also some new nodes were added to the FSK-Lab node library.
Note: with FSK-Lab 2.0 the look-and-feel of the “FSK Editor JS” node has improved a lot. Despite of that, the video still capture the idea of how to import and export FSKX models very well.
Note: with FSK-Lab 2.0 the look-and-feel of the “FSK Simulation Configurator JS” node has improved a lot. Despite of that, the video still capture the idea of how to create and run a model with own simulation settings very well.
These tutorials were published with the article FSK-Lab – An open source food safety model integration tool at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mran.2018.09.001.