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Table 2 Properties1 of 17 networks used in simulations: Individual networks

From: Effectiveness variation in simulated school-based network interventions

Network Nodes Edges Comp Comm M Degree G Degree M Clustering M Geodesic Diameter
0 22 84 1 4 7.6 0.22 0.61 1.7 4
1 27 132 1 2 9.8 0.14 0.71 1.8 4
2 21 94 1 3 9.0 0.19 0.63 1.5 3
3 22 115 1 2 10.5 0.13 0.72 1.5 3
42 24 77 2 3 6.4 0.20 0.82   
5 21 112 1 2 10.7 0.12 0.70 1.4 2
6 22 81 1 3 7.4 0.22 0.74 1.9 5
7 33 157 1 3 9.5 0.19 0.65 2.0 5
8 28 112 1 3 8.0 0.17 0.69 1.9 5
9 17 64 1 2 7.5 0.10 0.91 1.7 3
10 24 89 1 3 7.4 0.21 0.52 1.9 4
11 20 89 1 2 8.9 0.13 0.69 1.6 3
122 23 58 3 4 5.0 0.26 0.75   
13 26 106 1 4 8.2 0.28 0.64 2.3 6
14 20 61 1 4 6.1 0.19 0.77 2.2 5
15 24 111 1 2 9.3 0.15 0.68 1.7 3
16 29 101 1 3 7.0 0.26 0.68 2.7 6
  1. 1Comp and Comm refer to the number of components and communities respectively. Where nodal (or nodal pair) properties are summarised, M indicates Mean and G indicates Gini coefficient. Geodesic is the shortest path between a pair of nodes
  2. 2Networks 4 and 12 are disconnected and geodesics are not calculated