Analysis and Visualization of Genotype Networks
Usability Tips and Updates
Note: The complete list of updates can be found in the
Update (May, 2018):
To ensure compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation, we have disabled the option to subscribe to the job completion notification via email.
Bug fix (20.01.2017):
The algorithm for calculation of robustness has been updated. See details
Bug fix (17.12.2016):
The algorithms for computation of Evolvability, Accessibility, Neighbor abundance, Diversity index, and Overlap have been updated. See details
Hovering the mouse cursor over an input element or the corresponding text label enables the tooltip.
You can analyze your data on your own computer using a command line utility, or API access. Check out the
Genonets Python package
For alphabet type 'DNA', it is now possible to specify whether or not reverse complements should be considered.
The 'Overlap' analysis now provides two additional genotype set level parameters.
You can either perform analyses, or upload a visualization input file for visualization only
Parameters required to run the analyses.
Note: All parameters are mandatory unless explicitly marked as 'optional'
Genonets Input File
Sample input file
Use sample file
(Lower bound on quantitative phenotype)
Perform all analyses
Select one or more analyses
Note: Analysis type 'Evolvability' is always included, and is therefore not listed here
Would you like to be notified via email when the results are ready?
Your email address
Note: To ensure compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation, we have disabled the possibility for users to submit any personal information
Visualization Input File
Please cite the following article when you use the Genonets Server or the Genonets package in your work.
Fahad Khalid, José Aguilar-Rodríguez, Andreas Wagner, and Joshua L. Payne.
Genonets server—a web server for the construction, analysis and visualization of genotype networks.
Nucl. Acids Res. (08 July 2016) 44 (W1): W70-W76 first published online April 22, 2016 doi:10.1093/nar/gkw313.