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Table 2 Statistical properties of Rio de Janeiro’s mobility network

From: How do urban mobility (geo)graph’s topological properties fill a map?

  <k> <c> <l> D
4.7E-5 58.4 0.28 1.94 4
4.7E-2 2.00 0.23 5.63 14
0.06 1.27 0.2 6.6 17
0.2 0.12 0 1.93 4
0.24 0.09 0 1.93 4
  1. Each collum represents a topological measure: <k> is the average degree, <c> is the average clustering coeficiente, <l> is the average shortest path length and D is the diameter of the network; and each line brings a threshold: from smaller to higher values