Table 1

Summary of fundamental network concepts in real network applications.

Fly Protein

Yeast Protein

Yeast (Weighted)

Yeast (Unweighted)





Concept

Proper

Grey

Proper

Grey

Proper

Grey

Proper

Grey


Factorizability

.82 (.086)

.170

.85 (.100)

.200

.73 (.084)

.180

.62 (.130)

.110

Density

.21 (.074)

.017

.28 (.120)

.026

.08 (.056)

.005

.40 (.150)

.024

Centralization

.18 (.091)

.052

.20 (.055)

.036

.10 (.026)

.021

.41 (.110)

.140

Heterogeneity

.35 (.130)

.460

.36 (.140)

.430

.56 (.066)

.580

.51 (.097)

.830

Mean Cluster Coef.

.28 (.110)

.050

.36 (.120)

.093

.13 (.072)

.032

.72 (.087)

.370

Mean Conformity

.45 (.076)

.130

.51 (.120)

.150

.26 (.084)

.062

.63 (.100)

.120


Each network contained several proper modules. Non-module genes were grouped into a single (improper) grey module. For each concept, we report the mean and standard error across the proper modules. A more detailed table presenting network concepts in each module is also provided [see Additional file 1].

Dong and Horvath BMC Systems Biology 2007 1:24   doi:10.1186/1752-0509-1-24

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