SANTA - Spatial ANalysis of NeTwork Associations

SANTA is a computational approach for linking networks of molecular interactions to cellular functions and phenotypes. SANTA functionally annotates networks like standard enrichment methods annotate lists of genes.

SANTA is a rigorous implementation of an intuitive measure of functional association:

Several applications show that SANTA accurately quantifies the functional content of networks, points to mechanisms underlying observed phenotypes, and provides a natural way to compare functional changes across networks.

Download and Installation

To install this package directly in R type:

	source("http://bioconductor.org/biocLite.R")
	biocLite("SANTA")
	

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