GXNA Download Instructions

In addition to the executable (Windows) and the C++ source files (Linux), the download package contains several required files (the interaction graphs, the map from gene ID to gene names, and several probe-to-gene maps) and some sample data files used to test the program is running correctly.

The software is still under development, so there is some do-it-yourself involved in its installation and use. However, it should be fairly straightforward; details below. Once the installation is complete, read the quick start guide.

WINDOWS

To download, follow these steps:

The program will run and output some information to the terminal; on most systems this should take less than one minute. Once it is finished, type:
more sim_000.res
You should get a list of genes, scores and significance values.

If you use a shell such as Cygwin, you should be able to run GXNA from within the shell with the exact same command (you may need to use ./gxna instead of gxna if your path does not include the current directory, and use less instead of more to display the results).

LINUX/UNIX/MAC

You will need to compile the C++ source files. We have verified that the code compiles correctly under the Gnu g++ compiler on several Linux systems, and on Mac OS X (you may need to install g++ on Macs).
To download, follow these steps:

You should get a list of genes, scores and significance values.