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GraphWeb is a public web server for graph-based analysis of biological networks that:
  • analyses directed and undirected, weighted and unweighted heterogeneous networks of genes, proteins and microarray probesets for many eukaryotic genomes;
  • integrates multiple diverse datasets into global networks;
  • incorporates multispecies data using gene orthology mapping;
  • filters nodes and edges based on dataset support, edge weight and node annotation;
  • detects gene modules from networks using a collection of algorithms;
  • interprets discovered modules using Gene Ontology, pathways, and cis-regulatory motifs.
J. Reimand*, L. Tooming*, H. Peterson, P. Adler, J. Vilo: GraphWeb: mining heterogeneous biological networks for gene modules with functional significance. (2008)
Nucl. Acids Res. 2008 36: W452-W459; doi:10.1093/nar/gkn230 [ PDF ]
Choose network datasets

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You can also use Advanced input to combine several datasets or to use other input formats.

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Choose a network algorithm

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Modify network settings

Edge settings
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Node settings
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Module settings
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Create a private data folder and upload files. These will appear in your input menu in the main window.



GraphWeb 2007-2008
Laur Tooming & Jüri Reimand & Jaak Vilo @ BIIT Group, Institute of Computer Science, University of Tartu.
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