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Overview
DescriptionSAMMI is a web-based tool for the visualization of metabolic networks and related data. Networks can be uploaded directly from KEGG annotated pathways or using constraint-based metabolic reconstructions.
Development Information
GitHub MD-Anderson-Bioinformatics/SAMMI
URL https://bioinformatics.mdanderson.org/Software/SAMMI/
Documentation https://sammi.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
LanguageR
Current version0.0.1
PlatformsChrome, Firefox and Edge
LicenseGPL (>=3)
StatusActive
Last updated01/25/2018
References
Citation Manuscript Submitted
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Semi-Automated Metabolic Map Illustrator

LAUNCH SAMMI

SAMMI is a tool for drawing metabolic networks and visualizing data related to such networks. Networks can be imported directly from KEGG using the SAMMI interface, or by uploading metabolic reconstructions. Metabolic reconstructions are available through a number of databases, including BiGG , MetExplore , Human Metabolic Atlas , and Virtual Metabolic Human , and through a number of publications in the literature.

Metabolic networks can be uploaded as a single network, or be parsed into subgraphs upon loading. SAMMI maps are interactive, constantly updated force-directed graphs, allowing for efficient automated node positioning. SAMMI also offers a wide array of node editing functionalities, such as node fixing, duplication of nodes, edge curving, shelving, arranging into a number of different shapes, text and shape annotations, and node coloring and sizing according to data. For a full description of all SAMMI functionalities you can read the SAMMI documentation here .