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Creation of a free BioCyc account is required after an initial set of accesses to aid us in communicating with and learning from our users.
BioCyc accounts provide several benefits. Through your BioCyc account you can:
You'll be asked for your full email address, which will be your account name. Type your password underneath this, and then type the same password in the "Repeat password" box to be sure you didn't make a typing mistake. Your name and surname are required, as is the checkbox answer to the question of whether you're a Principal Investigator (PI) or not. All other questions are optional. Hit the "Create Account" button at the bottom right of the panel after you've finished. The system will not let you submit if the required information has not been filled out, or if the two copies of your password don't match. In this case, the missing item will be outlined in red.
It is required that cookies be enabled in your browser for you to log in. Pathway Tools supports popular browsers such as Firefox and Chrome.
If you have forgotten your password, click the "Forgot my password" link, enter the email address under which you registered previously, and your password will be mailed to that email address.
Use the tab folders at the top to flip between panels. You can change your password or your contact information under User Information.
Be sure to hit the "Save" button at the bottom right to lock in your changes. Or hit the "Cancel" button, or simply change away from the page, if you decide not to change your preferences.
Normally you will be logged out if you close down all the windows in your browser application, or if you log out explicitly. However, if you check the "Keep me logged in" box under the login form, the system will conveniently keep you logged in even after you close your browser. You remain logged in until you explicitly log out using the "Logout" link at the top-right of most pages. Make sure to log out if you share your computer with other people.