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Output files

When DiVa online has finished your job a zip-archive file is availabe for download. It contains a description file (readme.txt) which holds a summary of your job, the input network file and one or more other files depending on the selected calculation procedure:

PDI for vertices

In case, you have chosen to calculate the PDI for all vertices one additional output file with the suffix 'results.txt' is included. This file contains two tab separated columns. The first colum 'Vertex' denotes the name of a vertex as specified in the input network file. The column 'Pairwise Disconnectivity Index' refers to the calculated PDI of the vertex.

If you have selected subset of vertices as calculation target two additional output files are included. One file (suffix 'subset.txt') is your subset calculation file and the other one contains the results (suffix 'subset_results.txt'). The first colum of the result file, 'Vertex', denotes the name of a single vertex or a group of vertices (vertices of a group are comma separated). The column 'Pairwise Disconnectivity Index' refers to the calculated PDI of the vertex or group of vertices.

PDI for edges

In case, you have chosen to calculate the PDI for all edges one additional output file with the suffix 'resutls.txt' is included. This file contains two tab separated columns. The first colum 'Edge' denotes an edge as specified in the input network file. The vertices of an edge are separated by the same delimiter used in the input file. The column 'Pairwise Disconnectivity Index' refers to the calculated PDI of the edge.

If you have selected subset of edges as calculation target two additional output files are included. One file is your subset calculation file (suffix 'subset.txt') and the other one contains the results (suffix 'subset_results.txt'). The first colum of the result file, 'Edge', denotes the name of a single edge or a group of edges (edges of a group are comma separated). The column 'Pairwise Disconnectivity Index' refers to the calculated PDI of the edge or group of edges.

PDI for patterns

In case, you have chosen to calculate the PDI for patterns four additional output files are included.

1. The file with the suffix '_fanmod.txt' is the default output file as produced by the Fanmod software.

Please note: You can load this file into Fanmod to generate a descriptive HTML output (see Page 12 in the Fanmod documentation)! The documentation is available here.

2. The file with the suffix '_fanmod.dump' is the optional dump file generated by the Fanmod software.

3. The file with the suffix '_patterns.txt' contains the estimation of the PDI for all patterns of your chosen pattern size detected by the Fanmod software. The first five rows (each starting with an asterisk) contain a short description of this file followed by a blank line. Beginning with the 7th row, the file contains seven columns: Column 'Fanmod_Adj' refers to the adjancy matrix code (see Fanmod documentation). The column 'Fanmod_ID' is the main identifier of a pattern as provided by Fanmod (see Fanmod documentation). The column 'No_of_PatternInstances' stands for the number of instances of a pattern. Column 'ZScore' is the Z-Score value of a pattern as estimated by Fanmod (see Fanmod documentation). Columns 'Min_PDI', 'Mean_PDI' and 'Max_PDI' refer to the minimum, average and maximum pairwise disconnectivity index of a pattern.

4. The file with the suffix '_patternInstances.txt' contains the estimation of the PDI for all instances of patterns of your chosen pattern size detected by the Fanmod software. The first five rows (each starting with an asterisk) contain a short description of this file followed by a blank line. Beginning with the 7th row, the file contains seven to nine columns, depeding on the selected pattern size: Column 'Fanmod_Adj' refers to the adjancy matrix code (see page 16 in the Fanmod documentation). The column 'Fanmod_ID' is the main identifier of a pattern as provided by Fanmod (see page 16 in the Fanmod documentation). The column 'No_of_PatternInstances' stands for the number of instances of a pattern. Column 'ZScore' is the Z-Score value of a pattern as estimated by Fanmod (see page 16 in the Fanmod documentation). Columns 'PDI' is the pairwise disconnectivity index of a pattern instance. Columns 'Vertex1', 'Vertex2', ... denote the names of the vertices of a pattern instance.


 
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