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Table 5 A Comparison of KEGG pathway enrichment results between the first community of Louvain (L1) with 1538 genes and the first community of Spinglass (S1) with 1607 genes for the Yeast PPI network. The numbers inside parenthesis after L1 and S1 represent the number of genes that DAVID could annotate, which is generally less than the number of genes in those communities. The first column lists the broad category of pathways (M: Metabolism, CP: Cellular Processes). Many pathways enriched in L1 and S1 have good overlap (a large number of genes are common). FE: Fold Enrichment. False Discovery Rate (FDR) values for all pathways and both communities are approximately 1.10E+3 times p-value (the factor 1.10E+3 is related to the size of the community)

From: Topological and functional comparison of community detection algorithms in biological networks