Am 15.05.20 um 17:59 schrieb Hansen, Glenn J.:

> I have an edge property for weight. The weight for each edge is one

> integer between 1 and 4. The unweighted global clustering coefficient is

> about 0.45. The weighted global clustering coefficient is -0.61. Are

> negative values in the range?

Negative values should not be possible. Please provide a minimal and

self-contained example that shows the problem.

> Additionally, if I filter on edge weight and calculate the weighted

> clustering I get values > 1.0. If all weights are 3, for example, would

> we not expect the same coefficient for weighted and unweighted. The

> unweighted coefficient for the above example is reasonable.

As is explained in the documentation, the clustering values are

normalized only if the weights are all below 1.

Best,

Tiago

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