We are proud to present the new Interface, which offers a variety of new features, as well as the new theme!
We are proud to present the Technogram, a new view into the world of technologies, patents and publications!
The Technogram is essentially a sociogram of technologies: technologies connected together through their common papers and patents. Each node is a technology. The connections between nodes either imply a paper or patent is mentioning both technologies, or a paper/patent of belonging to one technology is citing a paper/patent belonging to another technology.
Right-clicking on a node takes you to the respective sociogram. You can go back to the technogram at any time from the respective left-hand side pane option. You can also access the sociograms by clicking on the top panel.
Today we are releasing a new version of the graph interface. The biggest change since the last release is that we have added a toolbar where you can set a threshold for the number of papers, select colour-coding for the nodes, and more. In addition we have made some graphical changes to the interface. We are now working on getting all our maps up and running on the new version.
We are proud to finally announce the release of our new graph interface. This new interface comes with a lot of added features, most notably the ability to click on the edges, and navigating the timeline. Most of our maps are up and running, but we are currently missing Ion Implanters and E-beam Lithography. These will be made available during next week. Also note that we currently do not have a complete set of maps (both patents and publications) for all technologies.
We have added Micropattern Gas Detectors (MPGD) to the list of available maps. More maps with specific technologies will be added soon, so stay tuned!
All our network maps have been updated! Take a look in the "Samples" section.
We have added a new technology category called Photosensors. The first technology to be investigated is Silicon Photomultipliers, and network maps are now available in the "Samples" section.
New maps of various Interconnection Technologies are now available!
We have decided to slightly change the colour codes for the network graphs. This will make it easier to distinguish between the different types of organisations. From now on, Not-for-profit organisations will be coloured yellow! Institutions and companies will keep their previous colour codes, red and blue respectably.
Some of the graphs are still using the old colour codes, but they will soon be re-made to satisfy the new standard.