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From: Following the footsteps of giants: modeling the mobility of historically notable individuals using Wikipedia

Figure 4

(A) Number of different visited cities as a function of the notable birth/death/in-life visited locations. In the case of in-life migrations the number of visited locations does not necessarily corresponds to the number of notable figures in the dataset, but it represents the different cities visited in time as a function of the number of trips made by the notable figures. (B) Page-rank centrality for the global mobility network evaluated in two different time-windows. In blue we report the centrality values for the 1900–1925 window, while in red the centrality in the window 1926–1950

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