TITLE

DASS-GUI: a user interface for identification and analysis of significant patterns in non-sequential data

AUTHOR(S)
Hollunder, Jens; Friedel, Maik; Kuiper, Martin; Wilhelm, Thomas
PUB. DATE
April 2010
SOURCE
Bioinformatics;Apr2010, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p987
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Summary: Many large ‘omics’ datasets have been published and many more are expected in the near future. New analysis methods are needed for best exploitation. We have developed a graphical user interface (GUI) for easy data analysis. Our discovery of all significant substructures (DASS) approach elucidates the underlying modularity, a typical feature of complex biological data. It is related to biclustering and other data mining approaches. Importantly, DASS-GUI also allows handling of multi-sets and calculation of statistical significances. DASS-GUI contains tools for further analysis of the identified patterns: analysis of the pattern hierarchy, enrichment analysis, module validation, analysis of additional numerical data, easy handling of synonymous names, clustering, filtering and merging. Different export options allow easy usage of additional tools such as Cytoscape.
ACCESSION #
51493499

 

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