||Download software for creating beautiful graphic
figures of interaction networks (Cytoscape and its DIP plugin MiSink) or
for finding interactions via the Web (MiTap). Included are links for downloads
and information about how to install and use these programs.
||DIP uses computational methods to evaluate whether a
reported interaction is likely real. Follow this link to learn more about these
evaluation methods and to use them on your own data.
||Molecular Interaction Files (MIFs) are structured xml
files for storing information about molecular interactions. Follow this link for
tools to create MIFs and to validate the structure of existing MIFs.
||Programmatic access to the DIP interaction data as well
as to supporting information is provided by a set of