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[gofriends] GO tool required to create GO pie chart from set of GI numbers
aconesa at cipf.es
Thu Nov 22 02:54:18 PST 2007
You can use Blast2GO for this (www.blast2go.org) . Simply create a file
with your identifiers, import in Blast2GO.
You should create then a Combined Graph and subsequently a Pie chart of
your GO term assignments. Note that you can create Pies both per GO
level or a "multilevel pie", which takes the lowest term in each branch
that fulfills given number of annotated proteins.
E Dimmer wrote:
> Does anyone know of a tool that could help Mark's query (below)?
> If so, we would be grateful if you could send any details.
> contactName: Mark Ross
> contactEmail: mross7 at gmu.edu
> contactText: Can I enter protein database GI numbers, such as from the
> NCBI database, and retrieve GO annotations? If so, how can I do this?
> My goal is to produce the often seen pie chart representations of
> protein categorization from a broad protein analysis (biol. process,
> function or compartment). Thank you for your help. - Mark
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