Data from: A model of urban scaling laws based on distance dependent interactions

Fabiano L. Ribeiro, João Miranda, Fernando F. Ferreira & Camilo Rodrigues Neto
Socio-economic related properties of a city grow faster than a linear relationship with the population, in a log–log plot, the so-called superlinear scaling. Conversely, the larger a city, the more efficient it is in the use of its infrastructure, leading to a sublinear scaling on these variables. In this work, we addressed a simple explanation for those scaling laws in cities based on the interaction range between the citizens and on the fractal properties of...
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