You are exploring the co-publication network of the NeuroDevNet research initiative from 2010-2014. The goal was to better understand the degree to which
substantive research areas were working together through publications and how their efforts translated into a cohesive network. This type of network analysis can
help to understand structural holes that persist and, thus, areas where efforts can be invested to strengthen network ties.
- Scroll to zoom in or out. Left click to pan view.
- Names have been anonymized with ID numbers. A node represents a person. A node connected to another node represents a co-publication
- Click on a person (node) to view which other people (nodes) they have published with over 4 years.
- Colour of a node represents the substantive area of research.
- Thickness of lines connecting nodes represent the number of times a person has published with another. Thicker lines reflect a more co-publications.
- Size of node & lettering corresponds with total degree, which means how many connections a node has to other nodes; how many people they have published with.
- Nodes with multicoloured edges (connections) are indicative of researchers who publish across substantive areas, known as bridging agents.