Upload BED (.bed) files (Duplicate inter-chromosome entries at the beginning of the file and description matching "chr1:1000..2000-chr2:1000..2000,2" where the last number is the PET count/score) or seven column tab delimited (.txt) files (chr start end chr start end, pet count/score).
New: Upload a two column tab delimited text file, where each row contains two gene symbols.
Import network file (.gml) previously exported using QuIN.
Upload Region Files
Upload a BED (.bed) or three column tab delimited text (.txt) files (chr start end) for annotating specific regions on the network.
Upload Gene List
Upload a list of genes or create a list below to use for annotating and querying the network.
Additionally, a gene list can be uploaded while adding any genes provided in the gene list form below. Genes should be separated by new lines.
Upload Disease/Trait List
Upload a list of traits/diseases or create a list below to use for annotating and querying the network.
Additionally, a list can be uploaded while adding any genes provided in the gene list form below. Traits/Diseases should be separated by new lines and based on the traits/diseases found in the
Upload SNP List
Upload a list of SNPs using their RefSNP id.
Choose a network to explore. Choosing a dataset to superimpose on the network will restrict the view to only components that
have an annotation from the lists of datasets selected. An example has been pre-selected (click view network to view).
If no data is shown please click the Reload Data button.
View components with paths from source annotations to target annotations or export all shortests paths from the source annotations to the target annotations.
Network measures over all components. Values are normalized with respect to their component.
Number of Permutations (1-100000):
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