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Rent's rule is empirical power law introduced in an effort to describe and optimize the wiring complexity of computer logic graphs. It is known that brain and neuronal networks also obey Rent's rule, which is consistent with the idea that wiring costs play a fundamental role in brain evolution and development. Here we propose a method to validate this power law for a certain range of network partitions. This method is based on the bifurcation phenomenon that appears when the network isdoi:10.1038/s41598-017-05670-w pmid:28710373 pmcid:PMC5511203 fatcat:likavcxyabdndiyarfkhgzrhoa