This MR Automatic Network Arranger (MiRANA) tool is intended to help
researchers visualise, explore and convey
patterns of interactions
between traits in Mendelian Randomisation (MR) analyses. This is the
first tool for visualising MR estimates as networks.
Create a graph in three steps:
Please ensure that your data is a spreadsheet file (.csv) formatted exactly like the example below (default output from the mr method in R). Check out our Wiki user guide for more help.
Visualisations made with MiRANA.
MiRANA was designed to be used in external data visualisation applications. The underlying framework is highly customisable and has support for interactive visualisation. It is pictured here powering a data visualisation game.
An arrangement of observational estimates, correlations, between factors related to bilingualism and cognition.
A style preset with a DAG-like appearance and journal compliant font. Style presets are available to make formatting MiRANA visualisations even faster.
A style preset with a focussed design and clinical color scheme. This is another available in-tool style preset.
A commercial style preset highlighting positive effects; makes formatting MiRANA visualisations even faster.
A stylised design preset available to make formatting MiRANA visualisations even faster.
An arragement of behavioural and personal factors demonstrates a path-like relationship between variables.
Similar to a DAG, the absence of a line between nodes can be used to illustrate where relationships were found, and where they were not.
An arrangement of estimates which form a branching and collapsing tree centered around one node.
An arrangement of estimates suggesting that schizophrenia causes three different traits, without any other interactions or bi-directional associations.
Some traits have a mix of effects and it can be helpful to visually seperate out the positive and negative effects.
A massively interactive network of mental health, wellbeing and behavioural factors.