Example TCA cycle pathway ([WP78](https://www.wikipathways.org/index.php/Pathway:WP78)) drawn using PathVisio and hosted on WikiPathways

Figure 0.1: Example TCA cycle pathway (WP78) drawn using PathVisio and hosted on WikiPathways

📝 About PathVisio

This current version of PathVisio 4.0.0 builds upon the 3.x architecture and libGPML.

Graphical Pathway Markup Language (GPML) is the native file format used store and edit pathway models in PathVisio and share them on WikiPathways.

Please check out New Features for information and links for updates.

🎯 Motivation

This book is meant as a guide for the installation and use of PathVisio, including some information on biogical concepts.

This book is currently under development 🚧 and will be updated to reflect all the latest changes in PathVisio. We will continue to improve both the software, book, and documentation of PathVisio.

📝 Citation

If you use PathVisio in published research, please cite the most appropriate paper(s) from this list:

  1. PathVisio 4.0.0 paper coming soon!

  2. Kutmon M, van Iersel MP, Bohler A, Kelder T, Nunes N, Pico AR, Evelo CT. PathVisio 3: an extendable pathway analysis toolbox. PLoS Comput Biol. 2015 Feb 23;11(2):e1004085. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004085. PMID: 25706687; PMCID:PMC4338111.

📚 Book structure

  • Welcome
  • Latest Updates: provides the latest news on PathVisio updates


  • Getting started :
  • Pathway model components :
  • Pathway model information :
  • Styles :
  • Plugins :

💡 Want to help?

The source code for this book is hosted on GitHub, at https://github.com/. Any feedback or suggestions are welcome. Feel free to open an issue on GitHub.

🙌 Acknowledgements

Core developers: Martina Kutmon, Finterly Hu, Alexander Pico, Egon Willighagen, Kristina Hanspers, Denise Slenter

Former developers: Andra Waagmeester, Anwesha Bohler, Jonathan Melius, Martijn van Iersel, Thomas Kelder, Nuno Nunes

Contributors: Adem Bilicna, Augustin Luna, Bing Liu, Christ Leemans, Eric Creussen, Erik Pelgrin, Esterh Neuteboom, Ferry Jagers, Hakim Achterberg, Harm Nijveen, Irene Kaashoek, Justin Elser, Kumar Chanden, Lars Willighagen, Margot Sunshine, Mark Woon, Margiet Palm, Pim Moeskops, Praveen Kumar, Rene Besseling, Rianne Fijten, Sjoerd Crijns, Sravanthi Sinha, Stefan van Helden