Materials Informatics has become a rapidly-expanding field and researchers have created dozens of models using these methods to predict many different material properties. However promising, the software necessary to utilize these models is often unavailable and, therefore, the actual usefulness of these models is limited. To address this problem, we have created a software code, named the Materials-Agnostic Platform for Informatics and Exploration (Magpie), to provide an open-source, freely-available toolkit for creating, using, and sharing materials informatics tools. Among many features, Magpie provides users with the ability to create models using modern machine learning algorithms, save them in an operating-system-independent format, and even provides templates for creating interactive web applications. In this presentation, we will discuss the technical details of Magpie and demonstrate its application to a few simple materials problems.