Graph Visualization Software References

LGL

LGL
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General software information
Author
Alex Adai
Website
http://lgl.sourceforge.net/
Presentation
LGL is a compendium of applications for making the visualization of large networks and trees tractable. LGL was specifically motivated by the need to make the visualization and exploration of large biological networks more accessible. Essentially the network is a graph, which is the data that you define, and LGL is responsible for showing it to you.
Supported
No
Specific software information
Graph type
2D or 3D
2D graph, 3D graph
Graph size
More than 1 000 000 nodes
Type
Field of uses
Description
Possible uses
Visualizing Protein Family Relationships, visualizing protein homology, visualizing Predicted Functional Links in Proteins, Visualizing the internet - http://www.opte.org
Software characteristics
Handling
Interactivity with the graph
Technical aspects
Software size
Development language
Unknown
Operating system
Linux
Main references
Article
Adai AT, Date SV, Wieland S, Marcotte EM. LGL: creating a map of protein function with an algorithm for visualizing very large biological networks. J Mol Biol. 2004 Jun 25;340(1):179-90.
Website
Applications based on this library (only for libraries)
Cost and license
Cost and license
Licensed under GPL
Download link
http://lgl.sourceforge.net/#Download
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