Request for data in PLoS Computational Biology paper: Construction and Analysis of an Integrated Regulatory Network Derived from High-Throughput Sequencing Data

Q:
I am currently working on
a network science project studying properties of heterogenous networks and greatly intrigued by your 2011 paper in PLoS
Computational Biology:

Construction and Analysis of an Integrated Regulatory Network Derived from High-Throughput Sequencing Data

I am planning to employ the integrated human TF-miRNA-gene regulatory network constructed in your work to verify the
utility of information flow – based techniques in understanding the mapping between network topology and function. However,
the full network does not appear to be available in the supplementary information. I am writing to kindly ask if I could obtain
a copy of the human network data (e.g. CSV format edge list) for my research. I would be more than honored to be able to use
the original dataset in my work, and my apologies if it is against your plans to disclose it or it is available somewhere else that
I am not aware of. Thank you very much!

A:
you can certainly get the network.

The data behind it and a closely related network is available from :

http://papers.gersteinlab.org/papers/mirnet

http://papers.gersteinlab.org/papers/wormawg

(see website links)

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