There are two files for the project:
1. The first one is GO database - this is made up of gene name
annotations in RDF-XML (this file is very big, more than 2mb and I will suggest you download as follows: [url removed, login to view] can be found here [url removed, login to view] )
2. The second file is LinkBrowser download (from [url removed, login to view]) containing two folders
"LinkBrowser" and "GraphLayout" and these contain java classes. There is also [url removed, login to view]
which when clicked will demonstrate the effects of the classes. You
will also find useful files such as [url removed, login to view] for modification the
effects of the classes.
Basically, an XML parser (new/modified - there is one in the Touchgraph called [url removed, login to view]) is required to parse the
content of GO database (first file) . The hierracrhy is a DAG and there
could be more than one parent for a child (they are related by is_a and
part_of). Each term (i.e each annotation/gene name is represented in a
box (node) and relationships shown with arrows to other terms. When the user
searches with a term (id/name), all the related
terms (id/name) are then dispalyed on HTML/Applet.
Both HTML and also Applet plus Swing are required
An article([url removed, login to view]) is enclosed showing some illustrations of the
expected hierrarchical structures (figure 1 on page 5).
There is more explanation in the folder "[url removed, login to view]".
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