## Supplementary data to the article: Impact of fracture geometry and topology on the connectivity and flow properties of stochastic fracture networks

dataset

posted on 26.05.2020 by Weiwei Zhu#### dataset

Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.

The research is to find the impact of fracture geometry and topology on the connectivity and flow properties of stochastic fracture networks. The data are generated by our in-house developed C++ code. From the shared data, you can:
1. Find the data to reproduce Fig. 7 and 8 in the paper. Those data are averaged by 6000 random realizations for each case;
2. Find the data to plot 2D fracture networks and its graph representation;
3. Find the data to plot 3D fracture networks and its graph representation;
4. Find the data to plot the pressure distribution in 2D fracture networks;
5. Find the data to plot the pressure distribution in 3D fracture networks;
6. Find the corresponding Matlab code to help you visualize the result;
To have a better visualization, the system size of 2D ad 3D fracture networks are modified. Those modifications are only for visualization purpose and will not change the results we have in the paper.