I am a biologist, doing bioinformatics, working with networks of signaling pathways, using primarily python with igraph. Sometimes I code in R, PHP, javascript and bash. I love MySQL, especially 100+ lines long queries. I use LaTeX often, with beamer and TikZ, I love typography and graphic design.

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accepted Module chembl_webresource_client.new_client fails because broken ssl in urllib3 under python 2.7.9
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revised shortest path in r (total cost and which steps) ideally with Igraph - simple mistake
code block & you ment weights instead cost
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comment How to study the interaction between a set of nodes when the network is quite dense, using igraph?
thanks for accepting my answer!as i do also bioinformatics, i am wondering why is your gene interaction network so dense? perhaps it is from large high-throughput screenings, or in silico prediction, which results high ratio of false positives. in this case, you might consider to look for other sources of prior knowledge, to build a better network, or filter the edges a biologically meaningful way. i think ideally a molecular network should have an average degree of 5-10.
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