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REViGO can take long lists of Gene Ontology terms and summarize them by removing redundant GO terms. The remaining terms can be visualized in semantic similarity-based scatterplots, interactive graphs, or tag clouds. More about REViGO...In Croatian

Please enter a list of Gene Ontology IDs below, each on its own line. The GO IDs may be followed by p-values or another quantity which describes the GO term in a way meaningful to you. For instance, you may provide a p-value (statistical significance), a fold change, enrichment, or some directly measured quantity such as average signal intensity from microarrays, ion count from mass spec, or read count from RNA-seq. You may also provide more than one value per line, although only the first value will be used in GO term selection/clustering.

Examples:

Allowed similarity:  How large would you like the resulting list to be?
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If provided, the numbers associated with GO terms represent:

Advanced options:

Select a species you want to work with:   

Select a semantic similarity measure to use:    The default is normally a sensible choice. Click the icon to view a web page with detailed information on how these measures are computed.

The Gene Ontology database (go.obo) is dated Monday, February 01, 2021. The UniProt-to-GO mapping database from the EBI GOA project (goa_uniprot_gcrp.gaf.gz) is dated Wednesday, December 02, 2020.
If you found REVIGO useful in your work, please cite the following reference:
Supek F, Bošnjak M, Škunca N, Šmuc T.
"REVIGO summarizes and visualizes long lists of Gene Ontology terms"
PLoS ONE 2011. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021800

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