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Fig. 6 | Applied Network Science

Fig. 6

From: Network cartography of university students’ knowledge landscapes about the history of science: landmarks and thematic communities

Fig. 6

Community membership of landmarks and their thematic loads in GI – GIV. Community membership of the most important landmarks and their thematic loads in networks GI – GIV (from left to right top to bottom). Each node represents one detected community and the label of the node is the most luminous topic in each individual community. The size of the node represents the sum of the Katz centrality of the community members and the pie fraction the thematic loads. The width of arcs represents the relative number of edges between communities

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