Figure 3.

Comparison to random network distributions. For each network, we generated a corresponding random network by swapping edges and maintaining the same node degree distribution. (A, C) Shortest path length distribution of real networks are shifted slightly higher than corresponding random network distributions, but distributions between CTL and SZ are similar. Grey histograms reflect values from the random network, and black histograms represent the real network data. (B, D) Genes cluster into local communities with high number of interconnections compared to corresponding random networks. Black dots represent real network data and grey dots represent random network data.

Mistry et al. BMC Neuroscience 2013 14:105   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-14-105
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