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Networks are often presented as containing a "core" and a "periphery." The existence of a core suggests that some vertices are central and form the skeleton of the network, to which all other vertices are connected. An alternative view of graphs is through communities. Multiple measures have been proposed for dense communities in graphs, the most classical being k-cliques, k-cores, and k-plexes, all presenting groups of tightly connected vertices. We here show that the edge number thresholdsdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3607830 fatcat:ynusicr2mjfjfg7fuompyr57by