Mine is probably more a methodlogical question, so apologies in advance if that's not the best place to ask it. However I could not find a clear answer to that anywhere else.
I am comparing two networks (not necessarily involving the same actors). One relationship is directed, the other is not. In both networks I want to detect subgroups and I am using the Wakita Tsurumi algorithm.
Can I use this on both directed and undirected graphs with no worries? Reading some papers I have understood that directionality in networks should call for adaptation of the algorithm, so I wonder if there is anything I should be cautious about or anything
I should do before starting the analysis. Or anything which will impact the interpretation when comparing the two networks associated with the directionality issue?
Thanks in advance for your attention