High-throughput techniques for the detection of protein–protein interactions (PPIs) have enabled a systems approach for the study of the living cell. However, the increasing amount of protein interaction data, the varying quality of these measurements, and the lack of context information make it difficult to construct meaningful and reliable protein networks. The Human Integrated Protein–Protein Interaction rEference (HIPPIE) is a web tool that integrates and annotates experimentally supported human PPIs from a heterogeneous set of data sources. In HIPPIE, one can query for the interactors of one or more proteins and generate high-quality and context-specific networks. This chapter highlights HIPPIE’s most important features and exemplifies its functionality through a proposed use case.