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From: Complex delay dynamics on railway networks from universal laws to realistic modelling

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Italian and German Railway Networks and Traffic. (A) A simple comparison of datasets and basic networks properties. (B), (C) Railway Networks shown on a map. Nodes of the network represent stations, which are linked by a straight line whenever there is a train going from one to another without intermediate stops. (D) A scatter plot of the local clustering coefficient against the degree of nodes. Each dot represents a station and is collocated depending on its properties. Lines represent the averaged clustering as a function of the degree of the nodes in the two networks. (E) Similar to (D), but with betweenness centrality in place of clustering. (F) Comparison of the Italian and German distributions of the average number of trains per day travelling through a station. (G) Comparison between the Italian and German distributions of the average delay at stations. All the analyses are made over the whole 2015. The Italian distribution has been made transparent in order to see the overlap with the German one

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