**Rhesus**

# Rhesus

## About this network

This directed network contains observed grooming episodes between free ranging rhesus macaques (

*Macaca mulatta*) in Cayo Santiago during a two month period in 1963. Cayo Santiago is an island off the coast of Puerto Rico, also known as Isla de los monos (Island of the monkeys). A node represents a monkey and a directed edge A → B denotes that the rhesus macaque A groomed rhesus macaque B. The integer edge weights indicate how often this behaviour was observed.## Network info

Code | MR |

Category | ⬤ Animal |

Data source | http://moreno.ss.uci.edu/data.html#rhesus |

Vertex type | Monkey |

Edge type | Grooming |

Format | Directed |

Edge weights | Positive weights |

Size | 16 vertices (monkeies) |

Volume | 111 edges (groomings) |

Average degree (overall) | 13.875 edges / vertex |

Fill | 0.46250 edges / vertex^{2} |

Maximum degree | 20 edges |

Reciprocity | 75.7% |

Size of LCC | 16 vertices (network is connected) |

Size of LSCC | 16 vertices (network is strongly connected) |

Wedge count | 586 |

Claw count | 8,175 |

Triangle count | 131 |

Square count | 724 |

4-tour count | 8,274 |

Power law exponent (estimated) with d_{min} | 8.9910 (d_{min} = 10) |

Gini coefficient | 20.6% |

Relative edge distribution entropy | 97.3% |

Assortativity | –0.10914 |

Clustering coefficient | 67.1% |

Diameter | 2 edges |

90-percentile effective diameter | 1.77 edges |

Mean shortest path length | 1.37 edges |

Spectral norm | 122.61 |

Algebraic connectivity | 8.1602 |

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