Visualizing Eigenfactors

January 30, 2009
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These interactive graphics are simply beautiful. And they just so happen to be profoundly informative about the structure of modern science as well. Here’s to the hope that we will see more work from Moritz Stefaner soon that shows how our aesthetic and scientific demands can be met simultaneously.

HT to Infosthetics.

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