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Table 3 GoF analysis: Comparison between real and simulated networks

From: Tie-formation process within the communities of the Japanese production network: application of an exponential random graph model

Attributes Community 1 Community 2 Community 3
  Real Sim. Real Sim. Real Sim.
Endogenous attributes:       
Reciprocity 156.0 136.5 89.0 81.2 74.0 63.4
  - (1.89) - (1.19) - (1.96)
Popularity (k-in-stars) 2068.0 1895.3 2053.0 1978.3 1968.6 1934.1
  - (1.89) - (1.88) - (0.61)
Activity (k-out-stars) 359.0 343.6 527.0 497.3 414.0 381.6
  - (1.54) - (1.60) - (1.63)
k-two-paths 5000.8 4708.7 608.3 591.9 5773.1 5606.3
  - (1.64) - (0.53) - (1.94)
Cyclic closure (AT-C) 228.2 241.1 89.9 85.2 104.1 119.6
  - (-0.64) - (0.37) - (-1.11)
Path closure (AT-T) 4772.6 4467.5 518.4 506.7 5669.0 5486.7
  - (1.71) - (0.42) - (1.97)
Activity closure (AT-U) 4818.3 4547.7 473.5 487.1 5584.6 5473.8
  - (1.69) - (-0.51) - (1.18)
Popularity closure (AT-D) 600.6 737.4 286.2 354.6 579.1 673.7
  - (-1.93) - (-1.81) - (-1.17)
Exogenous attributes:       
Sector homophily 600.0 651.8 1,073.0 1119.7 322.0 295.8
  - (-1.17) - (-1.30) - (1.19)
Location homophily 849.0 787.2 703.0 688.7 2218.0 2096.7
  - (1.67) - (0.30) - (1.46)
Bank homophily 60.0 53.1 39.0 35.0 84.0 82.2
  - (1.68) - (1.40) - (0.41)
Size heterophily 7.76·108 7.99·108 7.28·106 8.19·106 4.25·107 4.69·107
  - (-0.10) - (-0.26) - (-0.90)
Sales heterophily 2.73·1011 2.65·1011 1.48·1011 1.43·1011 4.41·1012 4.29·1012
  - (1.10) - (1.78) - (1.46)
Sales receiver effect 7.56·109 8.65·109 2.00·109 2.56·109 4.91·1010 5.30·1010
  - (-1.59) - (-1.30) - (-0.83)
Sales sender effect 2.74·1011 2.64·1011 1.48·1011 1.44·1011 4.41·1012 4.33·1012
  - (1.37) - (1.44) - (0.98)
  1. The networks represented here are the three largest communities considered from the second level of the hierarchical structure of the Japanese production network. The sizes of communities 1, 2 and 3 are 2,347, 2,249 and 2,173, respectively. The values given in parentheses represent the GoF ratio calculated as described by Hunter et al. (2008)