[Bioperl-l] [RFC] Interolog::Walk
G.Gallone at sms.ed.ac.uk
Thu Aug 19 08:42:28 EDT 2010
glad to hear this might be helpful. As for the bioperl-network package
you mention, thank for you for mentioning that. I gave a quick look to
its documentation and looks like a much deeper and more complex effort
than what I have in my package. I've actually been using a lot the
package Graph on which it seems to be based and found it very helpful.
I'm not sure if the network routines in my module overlap with it
though: all I do in my package is parse the dataset, filtering out only
what requested to build a cytoscape SIF file and optionally some
cytoscape NOA attribute files, as requested by the cytoscape
instead it looks like bioperl-network actually builds some kind of
internal representation of the network for further manipulation in Perl,
if I understand it correctly?
On 19/08/10 01:28, Siddhartha Basu wrote:
> Sounds interesting. I am currently playing around with a perl based webapp for displaying interactome
> using cytoscapeweb. Depending how your design pans out, would be happy to
> use your module as a backend analysis layer. And on a related note, you
> might want to have a look at bioperl-network and if there is any overlap
> might be worth contributing.
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