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BioHub is a general concept in BioUML. It represents some functional entity which is able to match biological objects to some other objects using some matching rules. In Java code every BioHub implements
There are several sorts of BioHubs:
- Matching BioHub: BioHub which allows matching between different kinds of identificators (for example, between Ensembl proteins and RefSeq proteins). It's the main brick used in Convert table analysis.
- Graph search hub: BioHub which can be used for Graph search function.
- Classification hub: BioHub which matches input IDs to the set of classification groups and gathers additional statistics. It's used in some analyses like Functional classification.
- KeyNodes hub: BioHub which can be used in Regulator search or Effector search.
To register the BioHub use biohub extension point.