Self-Organized Networks Database
Notre Dame Self-Organized Networks:
- NDwww.net directed network with 325729 vertices and 1497135 arcs (27455 loops);
page X is linked to page Y.
- NDactors.net undirected two-mode network with 520223 vertices
(392400 players, 127823 movies) and 1470418 edges;
player X plays in movie Y.
- NDyeast.net undirected network with 2114 vertices and 2277 edges (74 loops);
protein X interacts with protein Y.
NDwww.net (ZIP, 2050K)
NDactors.net (ZIP, 4150K)
NDyeast.net (ZIP, 7K)
ND*.net are based on the files from
Notre Dame Self-Organized Networks Database. To transform the data
into Pajek format: vertex 0 was replaced by the vertex number equal to the
number of vertices in a network; Pajek keywords were inserted; and the
network was saved in the short (as lists of neighbors) format.
Each number represents webpage within nd.edu domain.
Arcs: From page -> To page
Albert, Hawoong Jeong and Albert-László Barabási:
Diameter of the World Wide Web, Nature 401, 130 (1999)
[ PDF ]
See also a decompostion of this network in V. Batgelj, A. Mrvar:
How to analyze large networks with Pajek?
Actor network data: (based on www.imdb.com)
In the original ND network file: each line corresponds to one movie,
each number represents actor:
number_1 number_2 ... number_k (k actors who play in the same movie).
Albert-László Barabási, Réka Albert:
Emergence of scaling in random networks,
Science 286, 509 (1999)
[ PDF ]
- Protein Interaction Network for Yeast:
Each number represents protein in protein interaction network of yeast.
Edges: From protein -> To protein.
For other datasets used in supplementary material, please refer indicated references.
Hawoong Jeong, Sean Mason, Albert-László Barabási and Zoltán N. Oltvai:
Centrality and lethality of protein networks,
Nature 411, 41 (2001)
[ PDF ]
- Notre Dame Networks Database put on WWW by the Notre Dame team, 2001;
- 23-25. July 2001: ND nets transformed in Pajek format by V. Batagelj.
- 23. May 2004: ND nets in Pajek format transformed in short (lists of neighbors)
Pajek format by V. Batagelj.
- Self-Organized Networks Database,
University of Notre Dame.
Extract from the Notre Dame Networks Database page:
"... Feel free to use these data in your research."
Mail to Hawoong Jeong (author of original ND networks).
23. May 2004