We have been developing our software for the last 10 years and have made it freely available to everyone. At the end of 2014 our academic funding for BioLayout ran out and we are therefore no longer able to support it. In order to maintain and further develop our unique network analysis approach, we have now set up a limited company, Kajeka.
For the last year we have continued to develop the tool under the name Miru. Miru offers all the power and benefits of BioLayout plus some new features. Going forward, it is this that we will be supporting and in order to do so we are charging a modest license fee. A trial version is available to download free of charge, and for a limited time we are offering a 50% discount to existing BioLayout users. Please contact email@example.com for a discount code.
We hope you understand our situation and are happy to make the switch to Miru for all your network analysis needs.
New in Version 2.2 cell compartment view for mEPN pathways
TCA cycle showing new implementation of the mEPN-3D notation
Nature Protocols Vol. 4 No. 10 Cover Image
Assembly of NGS data
Import 3D models, new in version 2.2
Graph of genes expressed specifically in the mouse gastrointestinal tract
HCMV infection of human primary macrophages. Data courtesy of of Dr Christian Sinzger, U. of Tübingen
HCMV infection of human primary macrophages (collapsed clusters)
Feastive network Christmas 2008!
Clusters from human PBML profiling
BioLayout Express3D is a powerful tool for the visualization and analysis of network graphs. Network-based approaches are becoming increasingly popular for the analysis of complex systems of interaction and high dimensional data. Networks can be produced from a wide variety of relationships between entities. In biology this includes the interactions between individuals, disease transmission, sequence similarity, metabolic pathways, protein interactions, pathways, regulatory cascades, gene expression, etc. BioLayout Express3D has been specifically designed for visualization, clustering, exploration and analysis of very large network graphs in two- and three-dimensional space derived primarily, but not exclusively, from biological data.
Watch this brief movie for an introduction to BioLayout Express3D and how it can enable you to visualize big data.
We are producing a series of video tutorials about BioLayout Express3D to demonstrate the many features and help you get the best out of the software to benefit your research. Watch the first few on the Tutorials page.
BioLayout Express3D is free and directly funded by BBSRC.