| Mango is a graph analysis and visualization software designed to handle many large graphs with tens of thousands of nodes and millions of links at once. Mango got its name from its purpose of Manipulation and Analysis of Networks and Gene Ontology. Mango combines the power and flexibility of a high level Graph Exploration Language (Gel) with the easy operation of a 3D graphical user interface. The result is a general purpose graph analysis tool that can be used to analyze many heterogeneous biological data sets. Mango is not limited to handling only biological data — Any data association and linkage information can be loaded into Mango and analyzed.
Mango development is partially supported by the National Science Foundation grant DBI-0850195, the Iowa State University Plant Sciences Institute Faculty Scholar Grant, and James Cornette Research Fellowship.