Search for trend in science by typing keywords that represent it (e.g. “fMRI Alzheimer's disease”) and visualize the trend in this research. Compare multiple trends in one chart (e.g. to see the use of data gathering technique is growing most rapidly in the neuroscientific research of Alzheimer's disease, search “fMRI Alzheimer's disease”, “CT Alzheimer's disease” and “EEG Alzheimer's disease” simultaneously and compare these trends). Top publications for individual trends (or set of searched keywords) are listed under the graph.
Switch between charts for # of publications, # of citations or show both in one graph by selecting buttons above the chart.
Highlight individual trends, by placing your cursor above colored descriptions of searched sets of keywords.
Left Click on node in chart, to see top papers for given year, within trend.
See your keywords in network graph, by clicking “Show network” button.
Lines of different colors represent individual keyword-based trends.
Lines are plotted on timeline, showing you # of publications or citations or both, for given set of keywords, per year.
Numbers next to descriptions of searched trends indicate the # of all papers published on this topic.
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