Version 2.2.7 The user manual covers the features and functionality of the software.
Vertex categories and groups in DiscretePath Vertices belonging to the same category are similar to each other based on certain conditions, such as lipids in biochemistry and gender in social networks. 'Groups' allow for a better organization of a graph and more efficient visualization and analysis.
This is a living document that discusses some of the algorithms used in DiscretePath. Over time, more algorithms will be included. It is important to understands how the algorithms work to interpret the results.
Remark: DiscretePath has a mathematical origin using the terminologies graph, vertex and edge. Networks are identical to graphs. The term network is often used to refer to real systems as a computer network, the world wide web, Facebook, …. A network consist of nodes (identical to vertices) and links (identical to edges).
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