The Inlinks percentile graph shown in the Inlinks section indicates how the overall volume of internal links found on your website (between two pages on your website) is distributed among all pages, from the perspective of pages which receive the links.
As this is a percentile graph, each dot on the line represents 1% of all analyzed pages. The value is the average number of follow incoming links for these pages.
In the example below, 19% of pages on the website receive a single incoming link, on average (some can receive none, if they can only be found via a redirect):
26% of all analyzed pages (the 56th to 81th percentiles) receive an average of 5 follow incoming links:
And 1% of analyzed pages (top percentile), receive an average of 11,524.
If you want to see pages which receive the highest amount of follow incoming links, click to get all URLs in the top percentile:
Then, you will see how many follow links the top pages receive - this is usually much higher than the average for the top percentile.