From gene expression to gene regulatory networks in Arabidopsis thaliana

This mini-website contains Supplementary Information to accompany the paper. Each set corresponds to the examples in the paper. Following a numbered link will show an image of the network for the iteration with that number of genes included in the model. It must be noted that these networks show a learned DAG in each case. There exists an equivalence class of CPDAGs, as discussed and demonstrated on examples in the main paper.

1. The Arabidopsis circadian clock

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2. Other networks and poorly characterised genes

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3. From an unselected list of 15,000+ genes

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4. Evaluation on realistic synthetic data

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With nodes fixed, to aid interpretation:

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5. List of probes and genes used in the study

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