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Analysis, Visualization, and Animation of Social Networks using Visone

(Dynamic CREEN edition based on visone-2.3.X; Copyright 2001-2008 visone project team.)

This edition visone-2.3.X (Java 6) adds the handling of dynamic networks to visone,



A very first version of a manual is available at http://www.leydesdorff.net/visone/lesson8.htm .

See for more information:

One can download a stand-alone version of the program (using Java 6) from <here>; webstart of the program is available from <here>.


Source publication

<journal development in nanotechnology>
<journal development social networks>

Loet Leydesdorff & Thomas Schank, Dynamic Animations of Journal Maps: Indicators of Structural Change and Interdisciplinary Developments, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 59(11), 1810-1818, 2008. <pdf-version>

<citation impact of Social Networks>
<Social Networks; citing>
<coauthors in Social Networks>
<coauthors aggregated>
<title words in Social Networks>
<aggregated title words>
<Google Scholar about “social networks”>

Loet Leydesdorff, Thomas Schank, Andrea Scharnhorst, & Wouter De Nooy, Animating the development of Social Networks over time using a dynamic extension of multidimensional scaling. El Profesional de la Información 17(6) (2008) 611-626. <pdf-version>

<Communication Studies journals; citing>
<Communication Studies journals; cited>
<Communication Studies journals; betweenness centrality; cited>

Loet Leydesdorff & Carole Probst, The delineation of an interdisciplinary specialty in terms of a journal set: the case of Communication Studies, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 60(8) (2009) 1709-1718; <pdf-version>

<algorithmic historiography of the œuvre of Michel Callon>

"What Can Heterogeneity Add to the Scientometric Map? Steps towards algorithmic historiography" in: Festschrift for Michel Callon’s 65th birthday, Madeleine Akrich, Yannick Barthe, Fabian Muniesa, and Philip Mustar (Eds.). Paris: École Nationale Supérieure des Mines (2010; forthcoming); <pdf-version>

<Eugene Garfield and Algorithmic Historiography: Co-Words, Co-Authors, and Journal Names, Annals of Library and Informaiton Studies (2010; forthcoming); <pdf-version>

<journal development Leonardo; cited>
<journal development Leonardo; citing>
See also at http://vks2.virtualknowledgestudio.nl/ahci/browse.html

Loet Leydesdorff & Alkim Almila Akdag Salah, Maps on the basis of the Arts &Humanities Citation Index: the journals Leonardo and Art Journal, and "Digital Humanities" as a topic, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61(4) (2010) 787-801, <pdf-version>


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