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Table 2 Interviewees and their centrality in the global nanotechnology research network

From: Personal and related kinds of proximity driving collaborations: a multi-case study of Dutch nanotechnology researchers

Intervieweea, b, c Eigenvector centrality Closeness centrality Degree centrality Eccentricity
TUD1A 1.39 × 10−6 0.18 1.06 × 10−4 14
TUD1B 5.98 × 10−6 0.19 1.16 × 10−4 13
TUE1A 7.69 × 10−7 0.17 5.70 × 10−5 15
TUE1B 5.31 × 10−6 0.19 8.46 × 10−5 14
UT1A 2.26 × 10−6 0.18 7.73 × 10−5 14
UT1B 7.32 × 10−7 0.17 3.86 × 10−5 14
TUD2A 3.76 × 10−7 0.17 6.07 × 10−5 14
TUD2B 1.77 × 10−6 0.17 1.16 × 10−4 15
TUE2A 6.75 × 10−6 0.19 1.71 × 10−4 13
TUE2B 7.68 × 10−6 0.19 1.27 × 10−4 14
UT2A 6.03 × 10−7 0.17 1.12 × 10−4 14
UT2B 5.61 × 10−6 0.20 1.31 × 10−4 14
TUD3A 1.29 × 10−10 0.13 7.36 × 10−6 16
TUD3B 1.02 × 10−6 0.18 1.07 × 10−4 14
TUE3A 2.63 × 10−6 0.19 1.55 × 10−4 15
TUE3B 2.34 × 10−6 0.18 1.32 × 10−4 14
UT3A 2.36 × 10−5 0.17 5.89 × 10−5 14
UT3B 1.39 × 10−3 0.18 1.18 × 10−4 15
  1. aTUD is Delft University of Technology, TUE is Eindhoven University of Technology, and UT is University of Twente
  2. bThe research orientation is indicated by the following digits: 1 (pure basic), 2 (use-inspired) and 3 (pure applied)
  3. cA and B indicate the two different interviewees in every category