Curtis RE, et al. (2012) Enabling dynamic network analysis through visualization in TVNViewer. BMC Bioinformatics 13(1):204
Abstract: ABSTRACT: BACKGROUND: Many biological processes are context-dependent or temporally specific. As a result, relationships between molecular constituents evolve across time and environments. While cutting-edge machine learning techniques can recover these networks, exploring and interpreting the rewiring behavior is challenging. Information visualization shines in this type of exploratory analysis, motivating the development of TVNViewer (http://sailing.cs.cmu.edu/tvnviewer), a visualization tool for dynamic network analysis. RESULTS: In this paper, we demonstrate visualization techniques for dynamic network analysis by using TVNViewer to analyze yeast cell cycle and breast cancer progression datasets. CONCLUSIONS: TVNViewer is a powerful new visualization tool for the analysis of biological networks that change across time or space.FAU - Curtis, Ross.
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