Community-wise CCCI. Pale blue circles represent communities. The size is proportional to the number of genes and only communities containing at least 5 genes are reported. Orange diamonds represent genes associated with ciliopathies that belong to or interact with the communities. A solid edge between a gene and a community means that the gene belongs to the community; conversely, a dashed edge means that the gene is connected with at least one member of the community but does not belong to the community itself. The intensity of the edge is proportional to the IS score between the two communities (darker colours correspond to higher scores). Node border colours identify the SC to which the community belongs (dark blue: super-community 1, red: super-community 2).