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Sorin Draghici sod at
Sun Jan 13 20:28:57 PST 2008


I think both Onto-Express (OE) and its stand  alone version,  OE2GO, allow you
to use arbitrary annotations and visualize the GO DAG.



Sorin Draghici, Ph.D.

Director of the Bioinformatics Core, Karmanos Cancer Institute

Associate Professor		Tel: (313) 577-5484
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Wayne State University
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Stefan Goetz wrote:
> Dear Rachael,
> Blast2GO allows you to easily import your GO annotations and
> visualize them as a so called "combined graph" DAG with color
> highlighting for gene or annotation counts. Pie charts can also be
> created and all images exported as SVG or PNG files. Here a
> screenshot:
> ...and some easy tutorial:
> Regards,
> Stefan Goetz
> Blast2GO Team
> Rachael Huntley wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I have had this query from a user, does anyone know of a tool that
> can do this?
>>> Do you know of any GO viewer that allows you to visualise the  GO
> structure and place genes with a specific annotation under that 
> branch of the tree?
>> <
>> Thanks,
>> Rachael.

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