GraphCrunch -- A Tool for Large Network Analyses

What you can do:
Analyze large biological networks.
Highlights:
  • GraphCrunch is a software tool that finds well-fitting network models by comparing large real-world networks against random graph models according to various network structural similarity measures.
  • It can computationally expensive RGF-distance and GDD-agreement measures.
  • It computes several standard global network measures and thus supports the largest variety of network measures thus far.
  • It compares real-world networks against a series of network models and that has built-in parallel computing capabilities allowing for a user specified list of machines on which to perform compute intensive searches for local network properties.
Keywords:
  • network analysis
  • biological network analysis
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This record last updated: 04-18-2014
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