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Fig. 4

From: Spreading of performance fluctuations on real-world project networks

Fig. 4

For each activity of each project, we report Start Delay (in days) and RH score (at the node level). Data are binned uniformly along the RH dimension to mitigate noise. A trend emerges in all four datasets with higher RH values corresponding to longer delays, i.e., worse performance. As it is particularly evident from DC and PN, a significant contribution to this phenomenon comes for the outliers in the Start Delay distribution, the best-performing activities, that tend to score low in RH. Bin cuts and bin populations for all datasets are reported in TableĀ 3

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