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Table 1 Topological properties of microbial co-occurrence networks in the Chesapeake Bay

From: Estuarine gradients dictate spatiotemporal variations of microbiome networks in the Chesapeake Bay

Groups Nodes Edges Fragmentation (f) Average degree Network diameter Graph density Modularity Components Average clustering coefficient Average path length Number of Clusters Number of negative correlations Percentage of negative correlations (%)
All 387 4130 0.18 21.3 8 0.055 0.513 3 0.509 3.118 7 286 6.92
Alla 377 3917 0.23 20.8 8 0.055 0.506 4 0.506 3.137 9 265 6.77
Allb 377 3525 0.19 18.7 8 0.050 0.54 3 0.497 3.163 8 272 7.72
Allc 377 3855 0.27 20.5 8 0.054 0.498 5 0.509 3.222 9 241 6.25
Winter 331 3430 0.12 20.7 8 0.063 0.554 2 0.392 2.822 9 526 15.34
Spring 340 3296 0 19.4 8 0.057 0.576 1 0.413 2.866 6 513 15.56
Summer 338 3983 0 23.6 6 0.070 0.576 1 0.427 2.638 6 720 18.08
Autumn 337 3790 0 22.5 6 0.067 0.591 1 0.446 2.700 6 707 18.65
Upper Bay 367 4526 0 24.7 7 0.067 0.538 1 0.474 2.859 7 344 7.60
Lower Bay 376 5012 0 26.7 8 0.071 0.534 1 0.479 2.799 7 559 11.15
  1. aAfter removal of top 10 nodes with the highest abundance
  2. bAfter removal of top 10 nodes with the most degree
  3. cAfter removal of top 10 nodes with the most betweenness centrality