rich_club_coefficient¶
- rich_club_coefficient(G, normalized=True, Q=100)[source]¶
Return the rich-club coefficient of the graph G.
The rich-club coefficient is the ratio, for every degree k, of the number of actual to the number of potential edges for nodes with degree greater than k:
\[\phi(k) = \frac{2 Ek}{Nk(Nk-1)}\]where Nk is the number of nodes with degree larger than k, and Ek be the number of edges among those nodes.
Parameters : G : NetworkX graph
normalized : bool (optional)
Normalize using randomized network (see [R269])
Q : float (optional, default=100)
If normalized=True build a random network by performing Q*M double-edge swaps, where M is the number of edges in G, to use as a null-model for normalization.
Returns : rc : dictionary
A dictionary, keyed by degree, with rich club coefficient values.
Notes
The rich club definition and algorithm are found in [R269]. This algorithm ignores any edge weights and is not defined for directed graphs or graphs with parallel edges or self loops.
Estimates for appropriate values of Q are found in [R270].
References
[R269] (1, 2, 3) Julian J. McAuley, Luciano da Fontoura Costa, and Tibério S. Caetano, “The rich-club phenomenon across complex network hierarchies”, Applied Physics Letters Vol 91 Issue 8, August 2007. http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0701290 [R270] (1, 2) R. Milo, N. Kashtan, S. Itzkovitz, M. E. J. Newman, U. Alon, “Uniform generation of random graphs with arbitrary degree sequences”, 2006. http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0312028 Examples
>>> G = nx.Graph([(0,1),(0,2),(1,2),(1,3),(1,4),(4,5)]) >>> rc = nx.rich_club_coefficient(G,normalized=False) >>> rc[0] 0.4