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Table 5 Exclusivity and relevance of BicNET solutions: properties of found modules

From: BicNET: Flexible module discovery in large-scale biological networks using biclustering

  ID Type \(\sharp\)Nodes \(|I|\times |J|\) Items \(\sharp\)Terms p \(<\)1E−15 Notes
DryGIN G1 Constant 18 × 9 {−4,..,−1} 27 Module with coherent strong (−4) and soft (−1) negative interactions
G2 Symmetric 4 × 9 {−3,..,3} 13 Varying levels of strong (mainly positive) interactions ({\(\pm\)3,\(\pm\)2})
G3 Symmetric 5 × 6 {−2,−1,1,2} 12 Module with either all positive or negative interactions per “row”-node ({\(\pm\)1,\(\pm\)2})
G4 Constant 7 × 5 {1,2} 12 Module with coherent strong (2) and soft (1) positive interactions
G5 Symmetric 7 × 5 {−2,−1,1,2} 11 Module with either all positive or negative interactions per “row”-node ({\(\pm\)1,\(\pm\)2})
G6 Order 14 × 11 {−3,..,3} 25 Preserved precedences and co-occurrences per “row”-node before postprocessing
G7 Order 42 × 8 {−2,−1,1,2} 50 Noise-tolerant module with mostly preserved orderings per “row”-node
STRING S1 Order 155 × 14 {1,2,3,4} 169 Preserved precedences and co-occurrences per “row”-node before postprocessing
S2 Constant 80 × 18 {1,2,3} 98 Module with mostly of non-dense interactions ({1,2})
S3 Constant 83 × 10 {1,2} 93 Module with non-dense positive interactions before postprocessing ({1})
S4 Constant 50 × 20 {1,2,3} 70 Module with non-dense positive interactions ({1,2}) before postprocessing
S5 Constant 45 × 31 {1,2,3} 76 Module with mostly dense interactions (scores in {2,3})
S6 Constant 55 × 85 {1,2} 143 Module with mostly dense interactions ({2})