CyFinder is used to find various types of subnetworks with the purpose of identifying biomarkers in disease networks. Features include:
1- Finding Clique Subgraphs.
2- Finding Maximal Cliques.
3- Finding Bipartite subgraphs.
4- Finding Maximal Bicliques of Bipartite Subgraph.
5- Bipartite Layout for 2-column partite set visualization.
6- Finding Connected Components.
7- Community Detection with multiple Algorithms.
8- Finding Minimum/Maximum Spanning Forest
9- Intersecting Networks & Collections as a way of similarity analysis.
10 - Finding Crosstalk between disjoint Subgraphs.
Added new features:
1- Connected Components.
2- Maximal Cliques.
3- Maximal Bicliques.
4- Minimum Spanning Forest with Kruskal and Prim.
5- Community Detection with FastGreedy, EdgeBetweenness, and Walktrap.
6- Intersecting Networks and Collections.