Welcome to BiNA
The Biological Network Analyzer (BiNA) is a workbench for visualizing and analyzing biological networks. Various biological networks can be displayed, edited and analyzed.
BiNA and all its plug-ins (with the exception of the yFiles plug-in) are available under LGPLv3. The yFiles plug-in is only available for free for academic usage. If you have commercial interests, please contact us.
BiNA 2.3.1 released
New Features and Changes
- Support for searching of pathways containing things from a series shon in the Analysis Data Explorer view. We support different scoring methods including enrichment score.
- Id translation for id lists of serieses using UniProt ID mapping service.
- Improved speed for data base access.
- Log entries in the early startup are now written to the log file.
- Fixed problem with n.a. data for visibility mapping point.
BiNA 2.3.0 released
New Features and Changes
We improved a lot of things under the hood, but the most important ones for you are:
- If BiNA is already running and you start it again with a different file to open, the existing instance will open the requested files.This works also for the Webstart version.
- Data mapping now supports multiple values per id. This features the visualization of multiple time-series from one series per node.
- Improved mapping legends and image exporter now support exporting of mapping legends.
- Added some new functions for playing around with serieses (e.g., global scaling)
- Improved SwissProt sub-cellular compartment locator by parsing GO terms.
- Improved side-compound handling for metabolic visualization style by combining with alias functionality.
- New File->Open URL... menu.
- New File->Recent menu containg recently opened/saved files.
- Importing/exporting of SIF format supports now inline labeling of complexes/families.
- Support for Windows shortcuts in bundle folder.
- There are a large number of BugFixes, which are noted in the mercurial commit messages. We also removed a number of memory leaks, coming from not diposed swing dialogs.
BiNA 2.2.1 released
- Faster rendering of networks.
- Some smaller fixes.
BiNA 2.2.0 released
- New: Support for accessing a Rserve server.
- New: Improvement of installation/update wizard.
- New: Swissprot protein location can be directly used for assigning cellular components in layered background model.
- Improved native access to R via JRI.
- A large number of smaller fixes.