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Contains common routines for graph operation and analysis, for instance, creation of graphs, finding shortest paths, extracting minimum spanning trees, and graph topology analysis. GOGrapher is a reusable library that contains four different types of graphs based on whether each graph. This resource is also capable of using ontology definition and annotation data files from the Gene Ontology Consortium. It also reduces the redundancy and complexity that come from recreating the same functionality involved in creating Gene Ontology (GO) graphs.

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GoGrapher specifications

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GNU General Public License version 3.0

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  • Xinghua Lu <>
  • Brian Muller <>
  • Adam Richards <>
  • Bo Jin <>


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Department of Biostatistics, Bioinformatics and Epidemiology, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, USA

Funding source(s)

Partially supported by the following NIH grants: R01LM009153-01A1, T15LM07438, and 2P20RR017677, and by a graduate fellowship of the College of Graduate Studies, Medical University of South Carolina.

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