Biomine graphs

Biomine graphs are exported in a simple text format. Each line in the files provided below describes one link (edge), e.g.,

node1  node2  link_type  link_goodness

where link_goodness can be interpreted as the probability that link e represents an actually existing, relevant and informative relationship. It is computed as a product of three factors: relevance, informativeness and reliability. In addition, the first few lines in the beginning of each file specify which link types are symmetric.

License

Biomine graphs are integrated from several sources and are therefore a derived work. As such, we can offer Biomine graphs only for academic and non-commercial use.

How to cite

If you use Biomine graphs in your research, please cite the following publication:

@article{biomine2019,
author = {Podpečan, Vid and Ramšak, Živa and Gruden, Kristina and Toivonen, Hannu and Lavrač, Nada},
title = {Interactive exploration of heterogeneous biological networks with Biomine Explorer}, 
journal = {Bioinformatics}, 
year = {2019}, 
month = {06}, 
issn = {1367-4803}, 
doi = {10.1093/bioinformatics/btz509}, 
url = {https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/btz509}}

Download

Three graphs are available, one for each organism set (see here for more details):

  1. biomine: biomine_3_oct_2018.zip (1.508.587 nodes, 32.761.889 edges)
  2. human: human_3_oct_2018.zip (861.812 nodes, 8.666.287 edges)
  3. plants: plants_2_aug_2018.zip (1.737.984 nodes, 4.125.274 edges)

Visualization

Below are visualizations of Biomine graphs (nodes only) and the legend. Click on the picture to get a full resolution image.

Biomine graph

biomine

Biomine human

human

Biomine plants

plants

legend