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Table 1 Statistical properties of the resting event networks

From: Animal daily mobility patterns analysis using resting event networks

Fish ID Species #Nodes #Links #Links (NM) Degree Degree (NM) DI DItot DINM
3744 Barbel 161 675 917.75 8.39 11.42 211.50 241.75 238.96
3170 Barbel 199 1049 1071.55 10.54 10.72 584.66 633.38 633.09
3128 Barbel 173 846 812.62 9.78 9.41 171.02 179.30 180.14
3100 Barbel 156 733 798.18 9.40 10.25 300.96 384.80 381.70
3835 Catfish 190 944 1116.14 9.94 11.76 157.94 169.11 167.06
3856 Catfish 168 668 728.65 7.95 8.70 206.75 135.76 131.74
3240 Chub 192 772 848.21 8.04 8.85 444.92 460.90 462.58
3212 Chub 176 507 596.46 5.76 6.78 292.03 298.11 297.49
3730 Chub 184 852 891.91 9.26 9.65 351.87 375.32 375.84
3352 Chub 216 942 1001.87 8.72 9.24 157.95 171.40 171.71
  1. Number of events (#Nodes), number of links (#Links), average degree (Degree) and dilatation indices (expressed in meters). All the metrics based on the null model (NM) have been averaged over 100 replications. The associated standard deviations are available in Supplementary Information