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Fig. 3

From: Network analysis of synthesizable materials discovery

Fig. 3

Degree distribution among stable materials discovered by the year 2010. The complementary cumulative distribution function (P(k)) of the degree distribution p(k) of stable materials (circles) is plotted along with the fitted distributions (solid lines). Each point P(k) represents the probability that a material has greater than k tie-lines connected to it in the network. Power-law, truncated power-law (with exponential cutoff), and positive log-normal distributions are labeled as PL, tPL, and pLN, respectively. The dashed line shows kmin, the lowest degree used in fitting. Degree distributions of other times are shown in Supplementary Fig. 1

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