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GenePlexus

This repository contains data and code to generate the results and reproduce the figures and tables found in Supervised learning is an accurate method for network-based gene classification (submitted for review). This work focuses on comparing two classes of network-based gene classification methods: supervised learning (SL) and label propagation (LP). The comparison is performed systematically across diverse prediction tasks (functions, diseases, and traits) and molecular networks using meaningful validation schemes and evaluation metrics. Based on these extendive analyses, we find that supervised learning outperforms label propagation for gene classification, especially for function prediction.

This repo provides:

  1. The data, results, and figures presented in the manuscript.
  2. Code to regenerate the results.
  3. The ability to add a new method.

Section 1: Pre-computed Data, Results, and Figures/Tables

Data

The data used in this study (networks, embeddings, and genesets) is available on Zenodo. To get the data run

sh get_data.sh

We note that data for KEGG and InBioMap are not included as they do not provide a permissive enough license.

Results

results/: This directory contains two files:

  1. main_result.tsv: This file contains all the results used to compare the SL and LP methods.
  2. mdlsel_result.tsv: This file contains all the results used for model selection for supervised learning and random walk with restart.

Geneset Properties

properties/: This directory contains the network properties of every geneset based on every network.

Figures/Tables

figures_tables/: This directory contains all the pre-generated figures and tables.

Section 2: Regenerating the Results and Figures/Tables

Dependencies

This code was tested on an Anaconda distribution of python. The major packages used are:

python 3.6.5
numpy 1.14.3
scipy 1.1.0
pandas 0.23.0
scikit-learn 0.19.1
matplotlib 2.2.2
seaborn 0.8.1
statsmodels 0.9.0

The parallelization of the code was tested with Slurm on the high performance computing cluster at Michigan State University.

Testing

Run the following two lines of code to test if the code works on one set of parameters: GOBP (geneset collection), STRING (network), SL-A, and LP-I (two methods):

cd demo
sh test_run.sh

This will save a sample results files named test.tsv into the results/ directory. This script takes a few minutes to run.

Generating Results

Results can be re-generated either in parallel or on a single machine. The files must be executed within the directory they are stored.

  • To generate the results on a single-machine run:
cd run
sh generate_main_result.sh      # This takes approximately 9 hours to run
sh generate_mdlsel_result.sh      # This takes approximately 25 hours to run
  • To generate the results in parallel run:
cd run/SLURM
sbatch generate_main_result_parallel.sb      # This takes approximately 1 hour to run
sbatch generate_mdlsel_result_parallel.sb      # This takes approximately 1 hour to run

Result outputs will be saved as either results/main_result_new.tsv or results/mdsel_result_new.tsv. We note that development of the scikit-learn package is very active and thus the exact results depend on the specific version of scikit-learn used to regenerate the results.

  • To generate the geneset properties run:
cd run
sh generate_geneset_properties.sh  # This takes approximately 5 minutes to run

Geneset properties will be saved in properties_new/.

  • To generate all the figures and tables in the manuscript run:
cd run
sh generate_figures.sh  # This takes approximately 5 minutes to run
sh generate_tables.sh   # This takes approximately 5 minutes to run

The figure and table generation scirpts will only run when using the orginal results in results/main_reuslts.tsv or results/mdlsel_result.tsv, and the results will be saved in figures_tables/. We note that if you run sh generate_tables.sh this will give slightly different results from Table S1 and S2 in the manuscript as these new tables will be generated with the data included in this repository, which does not include KEGG and InBioMap.

Section 3: Adding a New Method

A new network-based gene classification method can be added using the following steps:

  1. Create a new class object in src/core/models.py. A template for how to do this is included at the bottom of the models.py script.
  2. The file src/main.py will need to be updated in two places. First, a new model dictionary will have to be added to the function get_mdl_dict. A template of how to do this is included in that function. Second, the model name will have to be added to the all_methods variable.
  3. The model name will need to be added to the -m argument in the scripts that re-generate the scores. We note that generate_figures.sh and generate_tables.sh will not work when a new method is added.

Section 4: Additional Information

Support

For support please contact Remy Liu at liurenmi@msu.edu or Chris Mancuso at mancus16@msu.edu.

License

See LICENSE.md for license information for all geneset collections and networks used in this project.

Citation

If you use this work, please cite:
To be added later

Authors

Renming Liu#, Christopher A Mancuso#, Anna Yannakopoulos, Kayla A Johnson, Arjun Krishnan*

# These authors are joint first authors and are listed alphabetically.
* General correspondence should be addressed to AK at arjun@msu.edu.

Funding

This work was primarily supported by US National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants R35 GM128765 to AK and in part by MSU start-up funds to AK and MSU Engineering Distinguished Fellowship to AY.

Acknowledgements

We are grateful for the support from the members of the Krishnan Lab.

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Networks

GIANT (version used is 1.0)
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STRING and STRING-EXP (version used is v.10)
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Geneset Collections

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MGI (data retrieved on 2018-10-01)
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