Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology, Roy J. Carver Department of, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Genetics, Development and Cell Biology, Statistics
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Concepts in Plant Metabolomics
MetNet (http://metnetdb.org) is an emerging open-source software platform for exploration of disparate experimental data types and regulatory and metabolic networks in the context of Arabidopsis systems biology. The MetNet platform features graph visualization, interactive displays, graph theoretic computations for determining biological distances, a unique multivariate display and statistical analysis tool, graph modeling using the open source statistical analysis language, R, and versatile text mining. The use of these tools is illustrated with data from the bio1 mutant of Arabidopsis.
Wurtele, Eve Syrkin; Li, Ling; Berleant, Dan; Cook, Dianne; Dickerson, Julie A.; Ding, Jing; Hofmann, Heike; Lawrence, Michael; Lee, Eun-kyung; Li, Jie; Mentzen, Wieslawa; Miller, Leslie; Nikolau, Basil J.; Ransom, NIck; and Wang, Yingjun, "MetNet: Systems Biology Tools for Arabidopsis" (2007). Genetics, Development and Cell Biology Publications. 229.
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