The recommended way to get data is through Mangal.jl integration with the EcologicalNetworks.jl package for networks analysis.

There is no obvious way to know in advance if a network is bipartite or not. For this reason, this wrapper only returns unipartite objects. They can be converted into bipartite networks using the convert methods in EcologicalNetworks.jl.

## Generate network objects

Base.convertFunction
convert(::Type{EcologicalNetworks.UnipartiteNetwork}, n::MangalNetwork, query::Pair...)

TODO

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convert(::Type{EcologicalNetworks.UnipartiteNetwork}, n::MangalNetwork, query::Pair...)

TODO

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convert(::Type{UnipartiteNetwork}, interac::Vector{MangalInteraction})

TODO

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convert(::Type{UnipartiteNetwork}, interac::Vector{MangalInteraction})

TODO

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