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Is there a way to generate a WGCNA co-expression graph in R, and then to import that graph into Python such that I can represent it using a networkX object?

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You can use exportNetworkToCytoscape or exportNetworkToVisANT to generate and egde list file with the two nodes at the ends and weight for each edge. Hopefully there's a way to import that into networkX.

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