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Bison

About this network

This directed network contains dominance between American bisons in 1972 on the National Bison Range in Moiese (Montana). A node represents a bison and an edge represents dominance of the left bison over the right bison. The edge values indicate how often this dominance behaviour was observed.

Network info

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Category Animal
Data source http://moreno.ss.uci.edu/data.html#bison
Vertex type Bison
Edge type Dominance
FormatDirected: Edges are directed Directed
Edge weightsPositive weights: Positively weighted edges Positive weights
Size26 vertices (bisons)
Volume314 edges (dominances)
Average degree (overall)24.154 edges / vertex
Fill0.48308 edges / vertex2
Maximum degree39 edges
Reciprocity58.6%
Size of LCC26 vertices (network is connected)
Size of LSCC26 vertices (network is strongly connected)
Wedge count3,872
Claw count73,357
Triangle count1,018
Square count12,388
4-tour count115,036
Power law exponent (estimated) with dmin8.9910 (dmin = 19)
Gini coefficient19.2%
Relative edge distribution entropy97.9%
Assortativity–0.10422
Clustering coefficient78.9%
Diameter2 edges
90-percentile effective diameter1.70 edges
Mean shortest path length1.30 edges
Spectral norm88.439
Algebraic connectivity11.209
Degree distribution of the Bison network
Degree distribution
Outdegree distribution of the Bison network
Outdegree distribution
Indegree distribution of the Bison network
Indegree distribution
Degree distribution of the Bison network
Degree distribution
Outdegree distribution of the Bison network
Outdegree distribution
Indegree distribution of the Bison network
Indegree distribution

Out/indegree comparison

Out/indegree comparison of the Bison network
Out/indegree comparison
Degree distribution of the Bison network
Degree distribution
Outdegree distribution of the Bison network
Outdegree distribution
Indegree distribution of the Bison network
Indegree distribution
Degree distribution of the Bison network
Degree distribution
Outdegree distribution of the Bison network
Outdegree distribution
Indegree distribution of the Bison network
Indegree distribution
Clustering coefficient distribution of the Bison network
Clustering coefficient distribution
Distance distribution of the Bison network
Distance distribution
Distance distribution on a logistic scale of the Bison network
Distance distribution on a logistic scale
Top-k eigenvalues of A of the Bison network
Top-k eigenvalues of A
Top-k eigenvalues of N of the Bison network
Top-k eigenvalues of N
Top-k eigenvalues of L of the Bison network
Top-k eigenvalues of L
Spectral distribution of the eigenvalues of A of the Bison network
Spectral distribution of the eigenvalues of A
Spectral distribution of the eigenvalues of N of the Bison network
Spectral distribution of the eigenvalues of N
Spectral distribution of the eigenvalues of L of the Bison network
Spectral distribution of the eigenvalues of L
Cumulative spectral distribution of A of the Bison network
Cumulative spectral distribution of A
Cumulative spectral distribution of N of the Bison network
Cumulative spectral distribution of N
Cumulative spectral distribution of L of the Bison network
Cumulative spectral distribution of L
Eigenvectors of A of the Bison network
Eigenvectors of A
Eigenvectors of L of the Bison network
Eigenvectors of L
Complex eigenvalues of the asymmetric adjacency matrix of the Bison network
Complex eigenvalues of the asymmetric adjacency matrix

Layout

Layout of the Bison network
Layout

Downloads

TSV file:downloadmoreno_bison.tar.bz2 (2.23 KiB)
Extraction code:downloadmoreno.tar.bz2 (21.10 KiB)

References

[1] Bison network dataset -- KONECT, October 2016. [ http ]
[2] Dale F Lott. Dominance relations and breeding rate in mature male American bison. Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie, 49(4):418--432, 1979.

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