EnRICH visualization window. Left: integrated network from synthesizing data. Circles represent nodes, while circle size represents node degree (the number of connections one node has). Lines represent edges of a network and line stroke represents the amount of edge reoccurrence (the number of times one edge is recovered across data sources). Undirected edges are represented by blue lines, while directed edges are pink lines with pink arrows. The merged edge of undirected and directed data is denoted by blue line with a pink arrow. Right: top panel is the statistical plot of node degree vs. the number of nodes. Bottom panel is the statistical plot of edge reoccurrence vs. the number of edges. In the software, all data points in the two plots are clickable to update visualization of the integrated network.