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    A complex view of the German Railway Timetable Network, defined by considering stations as nodes and train paths as edges. The thickness of every… Read More
    A complex view of the German Railway Timetable Network, defined by considering stations as nodes and train paths as edges. The thickness of every directional edge is directly proportional to the number of trains scheduled in a day between every pairs of stations. The size of the name of the city is proportional to the number of trains running to and from it (representing the so called "Strength" of a node). Read Less
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Deutsche Bahn Railway Network
A complex view of the German Railway Timetable Network, defined by considering stations as nodes and train paths as edges. The thickness of every directional edge is directly proportional to the number of trains scheduled in a day between every pairs of stations. The size of the name of the city is proportional to the number of trains running to and from it (representing the so called "Strength" of a node).
made with Gephi. Data scraped from Zugmonitor.