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Data on the movement of people becomes ever more detailed, but robust models explaining the observed patterns are still needed. Mapping the problem onto a 'network of networks' could be a promising approach.

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  1. Marta C. González and Albert-László Barabási are at the Center of Complex Network Research, Department of Physics and Computer Sciences, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana 46556, USA. Marta.C.Gonzalez.119@nd.edu; alb@nd.edu

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