We are continuing the development of CoNekT on github.com. By moving to the public version of GitHub users are now able to contribute directly by opening issues and submitting pull requests. Please go to https://github.com/sepro/CoNekT for the latest updates on CoNekT.
The version hosted here matches the manuscript CoNekT: an open-source framework for comparative genomic and transcriptomic network analyses (Proost and Mutwil, NAR 2018).
CoNekT: Coexpression Network Toolkit
What is CoNekT ?
CoNekT is an online platform that allows users to browse expression profiles, study expression specificty, co-expression networks and more across different species. A public version including seven plant species which includes thousands of publicly available RNASeq samples (from the SRA) is available here.
Here you can find tutorials how to use the public version along with the source-code and build instructions that allow you to host your own instance with other species or in-house data.
- The Basics
- Expression profiles, heatmaps and specificity
- Gene Families and Phylogenetic trees
- Comparing specificity
- Coexpression Networks and Clusters
Anything missing ? Further questions ? Don't hesitate to contact us.
Setting up CoNekT
Below are the instructions to set up and host your own CoNekT instance.
- Linux Installation instructions
- Windows Installation instructions
- Run website
- Build CoNekT: Upload your data to the platform using the Admin interface
Optional steps (recommended for production environments)
CoNekT is based upon many open-source projects, check the full list here. This work is supported by ERA-CAPS though the EVOREPRO project. The authors would like to thank Andreas Donath for technical support and helpful discussions.