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Table 3 Snippet of the matrix calculated using the Wang method

From: A network analysis to identify lung cancer comorbid diseases

DOID 14667 50073 50117 50127 50152 50156   9970
14667 1 0 0 0 0 0 \(\ldots\) 0.562
50073 0 1 0.401 0 0 0 \(\ldots\) 0
50117 0 0.401 1 0 0 0 \(\ldots\) 0
50127 0 0 0 1 0.448 0.46 \(\ldots\) 0
50152 0 0 0 0.448 1 0.628 \(\ldots\) 0
50156 0 0 0 0.46 0.628 1 \(\ldots\) 0
\(\vdots\) \(\vdots\) \(\vdots\) \(\vdots\) \(\vdots\) \(\vdots\) \(\vdots\) \(\ddots\) \(\vdots\)
9970 0.562 0 0 0 0 0 \(\ldots\) 1
  1. Rows and columns show the disease represented by DOID. The value in the matrix cell is the level of similarity. The higher the more similar