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N-Browse

Interactive graphical browser for biological networks, it provides a simple, intuitive, and dynamic interface to molecular interaction data that allows biologists to take advantage of the rapidly expanding body of functional genomics data. You can launch N-Browse directly via its webstart, its applet, or launch the webstart with an initial query. The N-Browse server at NYU currently provides access to a variety of large-scale functional genomic datasets from several species. Users can also upload their own data for integrated browsing with publicly available datasets. The N-Browse GUI (graphical user interface) runs as a desktop webstart application that launches from your web browser and uses a client-server system to provide network data to the user from a server-side database. It uses JDBC to talk to a MySQL database with the optimized NBrowse schema. There is a DataAdapter interface (which the JDBC adapter implements) that allows developers to hook up their datasource to NBrowse.

URL: http://aquila.bio.nyu.edu/NBrowse2/NBrowse.html

Resource ID: nlx_26609     Resource Type: Resource     Version: Latest Version

Keywords

molecular interaction network, graphical browser, interaction, molecular interaction, java applet, visualization, biological network, network, graph, browser, web-based, client-server system, java, functional genomics, gui, mysql

Curation Status

curated

Availability

Free

Supercategory

Resource

Abbreviation

N-Browse.PNG

Synonyms

NBrowse

Parent Organization

Funding Information

Department of the Army, NYSTAR, Award W81XWH-04-1-0307, Contract #C040066,

Additional Resource Types

data visualization software, data analysis service, data set

Species

caenorhabditis elegans, drosophila melanogaster, human, escherichia coli

Resource Status

Last checked up;

Original Submitter

Anonymous

Version Status

Curated

Submitted On

12:00am May 20, 2011

Originated From

SciCrunch

Changes from Previous Version

First Version

Version 1

Created 4 years ago by Anonymous