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On Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 11:53:30AM +0100, LEVALLOIS Clément wrote:
> Hi Vincenzo,
> Thanks for your prompt response. Yes I have but for the issue at hand I'd need to have a network wide distribution measure, independent of the notion of clusters / communities.
> > I would like to know to what extent the flavor “raspberry” is a value
> > which is evenly distributed in the network, or to the contrary, just found
> > in one community. A low value would mean that only nodes from a subregion
Then I probably misunderstood your question. How do you define
"network regions" if you don't have a notion of classes/groups, or a
metric embedding of your network?
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