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NAViGaTOR: customizable graphic visualization application

University Health Network - Technology Development and Commercialization
posted on 02/11/2010

NAViGaTOR is a scalable, highly customizable graphic visualization application designed originally for biological networks, including gene and protein-interaction graphs. However, this applciation can be utilized in navigation and visualization of any large network of data (i.e. telecommunications, grid planning, traffic patterns, etc). The graph analysis tools aid investigation of network features, and customizable node and edge features permid representation of additional data.

Suggested Uses

graphing large complex datasets: i.e. protein-protein interactions, telecommunication data, power grid data, etc. (Any large network of data to which one would require a visualization of the data and the ability to manipulate the view to find specific patterns, etc.)


Free to download for Academia, however a license is required for For-Profit entities.

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File Number: 7034 

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