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Table 12 For the ten analyzed articles and the two ways to derive a hierarchy (third-party induced dominance and dyadically induced dominance): number of edges, number of reverse edges (i. e., those that point in the wrong direction, i. e., from lower to higher), and percentage of reverse edges

From: The Third Man: hierarchy formation in Wikipedia

  Third-party dominance Dyadic dominance
Title # edges # reverse % reverse # edges # reverse % reverse
Balika Vadhu 2082 261 12.5% 6098 1801 29.5%
Ganymede (moon) 1954 123 6.3% 3228 709 22.0%
Greed 482 83 17.2% 1316 315 23.9%
Jay Park 406 60 14.8% 1676 596 35.6%
List of Hollyoaks … 179 27 15.1% 1976 660 33.4%
Mothra 363 25 6.9% 1490 269 18.1%
Pea 7566 363 4.8% 8566 769 9.0%
Shiv Sena 931 142 15.3% 2415 587 24.3%
Swimmsuit 905 78 8.6% 1891 366 19.4%
The Third Man 386 64 16.6% 2214 634 28.6%
  1. Note that for all articles, the hierarchy derived from dyadic interaction has a higher percentage of edges pointing in the wrong direction. Note that all numbers are for the largest connected component of the respective network