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Fig. 3 | Applied Network Science

Fig. 3

From: Crowdsourcing the Robin Hood effect in cities

Fig. 3

Observed and simulated distributions of human mobility indicators. The distribution of jump lengths Δ r (c), the radius of gyration r g (d), the tendency to return to already visited places (ρ) (b) and the individual average distance traveled (\(\bar {d}\)) (a) are considered. Values measured on the empirical data are in blue, while those obtained after rewiring are in red. The calculation of Δ r and r g is based on the business’ exact geographical coordinates. The simulated distributions plotted here correspond to one particular replication, see Additional file 1: Figure S4 for the robustness of the results and Additional file 1: Figure S12 for the same curves for Madrid

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