what's the difference between
graph-tool --load z.dot \
graph-tool --load z.dot --global-clustering-coefficient=- ?
The results are not equal:
# average vertex property (clustering):
# global clustering coefficient:
But the global clustering coefficient IS the arithmetic mean of the local
clustering coefficient of all edges, IIRC. I don't understand the divergence.
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could you give us the references for the assortativity measures?
What is computed is not the assortativity given by Newman 2002 I guess.
(Newman (2002) Associative mixing in networks. Phys Rev Lett 89:208701)
I'm pleased to announce version 1.1 of graph-tool. This version contains
a couple of new features, improvements and bug fixes.
For a complete list of changes see:
The most important changes are
* The whole way of editing/creating properties with python was
completely redone. See the documentation for details.
* Added graph property support (in addition to edge and vertex
* The entire graph is available to the python script when
editing/creating vertex/edge/graph properties
* Added --list-properties option
* Newly created properties can now have any type
* Faster startup
The documentation on the website was also properly updated:
Download information is available on the website:
Tiago de Paula Peixoto <tiago(a)forked.de>