This week’s question comes up on a pretty regular basis, but I always like to see what people are using for exploring the networks of their genes of interest. This was a new species, though, and I was curious to see if there was something particularly relevant to this plant.
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I have RNA-seq data for a plant species (Sorghum) that its genome is already mapped, any suggestion for doing network analysis? I prefer to do it without using R packages.
If you have any other ideas, though, it would be nice to see some suggestions from the plant science side. Go comment over there.