Nice CX Python includes a client and a data model.
The NDEx2 Client v2.0 Python module provides methods to access NDEx via the NDEx Server API. It also provides methods for common operations on networks. It includes the NiceCX network object class for convenient NDEx access and as a data model for applications.
Jupyter Notebook Tutorials
- Basic Use of the NDEx2 Client: NDEx2 Client v2.0 Tutorial
- Working with the NiceCX Network Class: NiceCX v2.0 Tutorial
To use these tutorials, clone the ndex-jupyter-notebooks repository to your local machine and start Jupyter Notebooks in the project directory.
For information on installing and using Jupyter Notebooks, go to jupyter.org
The NDEx2 Client 2.0 module requires Python 3.6+ and the latest version of the PIP Python package manager for installation. Click here to download the PIP Python package.
Installing the NDEx2 Client Module
The NDEx2 Client 2.0 module can be installed from the Python Package Index (PyPI) repository using PIP:
pip install ndex2
If you already have an older version of the ndex2 module installed, you can use this command instead:
pip install –upgrade ndex2
- Fixed bug where logs directory is created within the package installation directory. Issue #26
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