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[![Project Status: Active – The project has reached a stable, usable state and is being actively developed.](]( [![R-CMD-check-bioc](]( [![](]( [![license](]( [![years in bioc](]( [![Ranking by downloads](]( [![build release](]( [![build devel](]( `CompoundDb` ... preserve compound annotations. # Installation and requirements The package can be installed with ```r install.packages(c("BiocManager", "remotes")) BiocManager::install("RforMassSpectrometry/CompoundDb") ``` # Creating and using (chemical) compound databases This package provides functionality to create and use compound databases generated from (mostly publicly) available resources such as [HMDB](, [ChEBI]( and [PubChem]( # How to contribute Contributions are welcome, but should follow certain guidelines: 1) Open an issue. 2) Create a new branch (internal collaborator) or fork the repository (external contributor). 3) Add your code (following loosly Bioconductor's [coding style]( 4) Ensure the package passes `R CMD build` and `R CMD check`. 5) Make a pull request.