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NDEx Citations:

Dexter Pratt, Jing Chen, David Welker, Ricardo Rivas, Rudolf Pillich, Vladimir Rynkov, Keiichiro Ono, Carol Miello, Lyndon Hicks, Sandor Szalma, Aleksandar Stojmirovic, Radu Dobrin, Michael Braxenthaler, Jan Kuentzer, Barry Demchak, Trey Ideker.
NDEx, the Network Data Exchange.
Cell Systems, Volume 1, Issue 4, 302-305 (2015)

Rudolf T. Pillich, Jing. Chen, Vladimir. Rynkov, David. Welker and Dexter Pratt.
NDEx: A Community Resource for Sharing and Publishing of Biological Networks.
Methods Mol Biol, 1558:271-301 (2017).

Pratt D, Chen J, Pillich R, Rynkov V, Gary A, Demchak B, Ideker T.
NDEx 2.0: A Clearinghouse for Research on Cancer Pathways.
Cancer Res. 2017 Nov 1;77(21):e58-e61 (2017).

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Quazer Graphs is data engineering or data science valuable for natural language processing. The custom data visualization creates meeting, press briefing, or presentation  transcript visualization - an unstructured network graph.