The Kiwi python package combines gene-set analyses with biological networks to visualize the interactions between genesets that are significant in a given biological system.
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Kiwi

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What is Kiwi? Kiwi combines gene-set analysis with biological networks to visualize the interactions between gene-sets that are significant in a given biological system. You can read more about this in the publication and on the Kiwi webpage.

Release version

Kiwi is released on PyPI and all information about how to install and run Kiwi can be found on the Kiwi webpage. The easiest way to install Kiwi with all required dependencies is to run:

pip install KiwiDist

Development version

The source code is hosted on GitHub, so if you want to install the latest development version of Kiwi, fork and clone this repository and run:

python install setup.py

Pre-compiled gene-set networks for metabolic networks

There are some gene-set network (GSN) files and gene-set collection (GSC) files in the kiwi/data directory.