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NetBone: A Python Package for Extracting Backbones of Weighted Networks

Abstract

NetBone is a new open-source Python package designed to simplify analyzing complex networks. With a wide range of techniques available, Net-Bone allows researchers to extract the backbone of a network while preserving its essential structure. The package includes nine structural methods and five statistical techniques, offering users a comprehensive solution to network analysis. It is user-friendly and straightforward to use, with easy installation. The package accepts different types of inputs, including data frames or Networkx graphs, and provides evaluation measures for comparative purposes. Additionally, NetBone offers an option to generate plots. Its versatility makes it a valuable tool for data scientists and social scientists, significantly enhancing their research and data analysis capabilities.
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hal-04054971 , version 1 (01-04-2023)

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Ali Yassin, Abbas Haidar, Hocine Cherifi, Hamida Seba, Olivier Togni. NetBone: A Python Package for Extracting Backbones of Weighted Networks. French Regional Conference on Complex Systems, CSS France, May 2023, Le Havre, France. ⟨hal-04054971⟩
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