Description Usage Arguments Details Value References Examples

The routine transforms the initial dsg graph in SIF format into a dsg object made of two bipartite graphs: one for positive edges and the other for negative edges.

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birewire.induced.bipartite(g,delimitators=list(negative='-',positive='+'),sparse=FALSE)
``` |

`g` |
A dataframe in SIF format describing a dsg (for example the output of |

`delimitators` |
list(negative='-',positive='+') (default):a list with 'positive' and 'negative' names identifying the character encoding the relation; |

`sparse` |
FALSE (default): if TRUE the two bipartite graphs are saved as |

This fuction extract the positive and negative part of *g* and create a dsg object that can be used for example in the rewiring algorithm. Is is the inverse function of `birewire.build.dsg`

.

A list of two incidence matrix or bipartite `igraph`

objects.

Iorio, F. and and Bernardo-Faura, M. and Gobbi, A. and Cokelaer, T.and Jurman, G.and Saez-Rodriguez, J. (2016) *Efficient randomization of biologicalnetworks while preserving functionalcharacterization of individual nodes* Bioinformatics 2016 1 (17):542 doi: 10.1186/s12859-016-1402-1.

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