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Table 1 Comparison between several of Everett and Borgatti’s group centralities (Everett and Borgatti 1999) and the centrality c(H). The centrality values for c(H) are given here in % as they give the proportions of all successions of interactions between monkeys involving at least one member of the group. The centralities c(H) were computed by the FlowFraction algorithm available on the Matlab File Exchange (Giscard and Wilson 2017a)

From: A centrality measure for cycles and subgraphs II

  Centralities of groups of monkeys in Wolfe’s dataset   
Group Members c(H)in % Degree Average closeness Group
    group centrality group centrality betweenness
Age 10 −13 2 3 8 12 16 67% 11 15 43.5
Age 7 −9 4 5 9 10 15 17 57% 5 13.7 0
Age 14 −16 1 6 11 13 19 49% 8 18 2.84
Age 4 −6 7 14 18 20 34% 5 20.5 0
Females 6−20 95% 4 6.4 0.5
Males 1−5 64% 10 16 24.34