Release Notes: This is a minor release with some nice usability improvements, including autosave and zoom using the scroll wheel. Selection of lines is easier: it is no longer necessary to click on the exact pixel. There are two methods for over-representation analysis; one pathway-oriented and one data-oriented.
Release Notes: Various bugs were fixed. A change was made to the way rounded rectangles are drawn, to avoid a stretching effect.
Release Notes: New drawing capabilities were added, and the handling of compartments was improved. There is a new connector type for connectors of arbitrary length and arbitrary angles. There is a new "cellular component" property for storing the biological meaning of a compartment. There is a new "double" line type (especially useful for double-membraned organelles). Clickable hyperlinks in pathways have been added.
Release Notes: This release has improved shapes for cellular components (mitochondrion, nucleus, vesicle, etc.) and a few minor usability enhancements.
Release Notes: This release has new toolbar icons and a side panel to make it easier to choose among the wide array of arrow types and shapes. Pathway databases are included as a data source, so you can add links from one pathway to another. The BioPAX converter has been improved and produces more valid BioPAX documents. A new connector type where individual points can be manipulated. The number of external data sources has been increased to over 180.
Release Notes: This is a minor release, with bugfixes and two small new features: The number of anchors on a shape can be increased from the default 12, and a legend of the data visualization can now be shown on the pathway image itself.
Release Notes: This release adds another drawing capability to PathVisio: the ability to draw "states", i.e. small shapes attached to datanodes that represent the state of that node. For example, states can be used to represent phosphorylation and other protein modifications. It's an important step on the road to compliance with the SBGN standard. This release also fixes a dozen minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release improves the drawing capabilities of PathVisio. There are now more options available for the font and alignment of labels, the background color of shapes, and line thickness and patterns.
Release Notes: Most notable in this release is the new XML Schema for the GPML pathway format (version 2010a). This new pathway format will enable many new graphical capabilities in the future. The schema has been released in advance so that dependent projects have time to adapt to it. Other new features include improvements to "invisible" anchors, an extra -v command line option, bugfixes, and extra extension points for plugin developers.
Release Notes: This is a minor release, with mostly bugfixes. Data visualization: the behavior of rows in a split gene box is more predictable. Dragging an anchor along a complex path is more smooth. Hooks have been added to give plugins more freedom to modify the preference panel. The speed of identifier search when using BridgeWebservice? as a back-end has been improved.