Scientific Collaboration Networks

For my doctoral dissertation I am analyzing a few interesting data sets. For example, a historical data set supplied by the Mathematics Genealogy Project, which contains information about mathematicians and their students.

Academic Institutes Worldwide – Source: Mathematics Genealogy Project (2.436 Institutes) Visualization: R – spatstat & maptools packages

Migration Patterns Academics [1700-2016] – Source: Mathematics Genealogy Project (Nodes: 203.500 – Edges: 214.002) Visualization: Gephi (Geo Layout)

Migration Patterns Academics [1880-1950] – Source: Mathematics Genealogy Project (Nodes: 11.031 – Edges: 9.674) Visualization: Gephi (Geo Layout)

Degrees per Academic Institute Worldwide – Source: Mathematics Genealogy Project (2.436 Institutes, 217.010 Degrees) compared with with Global Child Malnutrition published by CIESIN at Columbia University. Visualization: Google Earth

Collaboration Cluster 42 – Source arXiv.org

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