All data for the example networks below has the form: [*from-id*] *space-separated-to-ids*. Comments in the files are prefixed by '#'.

- Data (1 kB), reformatted from UCINET IV Datasets (see also image above).
- Reference: R. Breiger (1974), "The duality of persons and groups,"
*Social Forces*, 53(2): 181–190. - Reference: Allison Davis, Burleigh Bradford Gardner, and Mary R. Gardner (1941),
*Deep South*, University of Chicago Press.

- Data at Notre Dame (gzipped down to 3.9MB).
**NB**: from-ids are omitted here (use line-numbers: each line represents a movie).- Reference: Albert-László Barabási and Réka Albert (1999), "Emergence of scaling in random networks,"
*Science*, 286: 509–512.

- Data at Notre Dame (25 kB).
**NB**: note that disease ids and genetic ids must be carefully distinguished.- See also: diseasome.eu.
- Reference: Kwang-Il Goh, Michael E. Cusick, David Valle, Barton Childs, Marc Vidal, and Albert-László Barabási (2007), "The human disease network,"
*PNAS*, 104: 8685–8690.

- Data (9 kB), consisting of composite numbers up to 1,000, and their prime factors.
- This graph has a roughly power-law degree distribution for the primes, but a roughly Gaussian degree distribution for the composites.

- Data (6 kB), for a 20×30 torus.

- Data (6 kB), for a cubic symmetric graph of order 600, reformatted from Marston Conder's list.

- Wolfram MathWorld.
- The Degree Diameter Problem for Bipartite Graphs.
- Number of bipartite graphs with
*n*nodes. - Number of connected bipartite graphs with
*n*nodes. - Matthieu Latapy, Clemence Magnien, and Nathalie Del Vecchio, Basic Notions for the Analysis of Large Affiliation Networks / Bipartite Graphs.
- Wikipedia.

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