Visualization of highly interacting modules in large networks.
| Supervisor:||Elena Nikolaeva
| Abstract:||Visualization of the large networks helps to reduce the complexity of network analysis. In bioinformatics one of the popular web tool to analyze networks is Graphweb, which is developed in BIIT group. GraphWeb (http://biit.cs.ut.ee/graphweb/) integrates data for constructing different types of graphs, and discovers sub-graphs (modules) using a variety of popular graph mining algorithms. These modules are related but are currently displayed as separate sub-graphs. The task of this project is to add functionality to GraphWeb for integration and visualization of the sub-graphs together. In addition you need to provide interactive interface to browse between modules and allow additional features to be visualized.
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