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Table 1 Statistics of individual SH clusters

From: When can overambitious seeding cost you?

SH cluster properties
ID N c kic P5 kic P50 kic P95 kic p 10-core C r
a 1214 12.8 1 8 39 28.75% 0.20 0.17
b 52985 123.6 3 58 464 84.62% 0.16 0.07
d 40643 119.0 1 56 454 79.64% 0.27 0.16
e 1868 14.0 1 9 42 29.23% 0.24 0.37
f 13726 51.6 4 40 135 85.56% 0.20 0.24
h 7306 11.5 1 8 34 18.30% 0.30 0.16
i 4919 29.9 2 18 100 64.73% 0.18 0.12
j 36238 94.8 1 44 362 78.27% 0.33 0.15
k 4797 124.9 4 75 429 88.60% 0.23 0.12
l 2717 12.4 1 6 43 28.34% 0.07 0.16
m 3546 20.7 2 14 62 55.89% 0.11 0.24
n 6605 8.0 1 5 25 4.19% 0.22 0.27
o 4223 8.0 1 5 25 3.29% 0.22 0.10
p 1139 9.8 1 5 34 22.04% 0.23 0.10
q 4473 105.6 1 58 349.4 68.99% 0.45 0.35
r 851 37.2 1 4 151.5 40.54% 0.40 0.23
s 1561 18.0 1 8 66 38.24% 0.26 0.34
t 13194 33.8 4 21 111 75.62% 0.27 0.28
u 7576 37.7 3 20 133 70.67% 0.20 0.16
v 3562 18.9 1 11 61 48.74% 0.31 0.07
w 986 8.9 1 6 25 3.45% 0.23 0.18
x 3085 43.6 2 28 137 76.11% 0.24 0.29
y 11349 36.3 1 21 126 66.27% 0.28 0.22
  1. Here, kic refers to the within-cluster degree, p10−core is the percentage of people who belong to a 10-core when the cluster is considered in isolation, C is the clustering coefficient, and r is the degree assortativity
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