This "local" author network shows the commonest authors among the source, input and suggested articles. Depending on the discipline, the number of (co)authors among a set of multiple articles can quickly rise to the hundreds, which is why this author network only shows authors with a minimum number of local articles (not to be mistaken with their global number of publications, which is usually much higher). The default minimum number of local articles is determined so that this network shows no more than 50 authors, but it can be changed with the slider at the bottom from 2 to 10.
Each node (= vertex) represents an author. The size depends on their number of local articles and the color depends on the author-cluster they first appear in. Diamond-shaped (◆) nodes are also authors of the source article whose references define the input articles. Click authors to filter input & suggested articles, ctrl+click to filter for more than one author.
Each edge (= link) represents a collaboration between two authors among the source, input and suggested articles, the width indicating the number of collaborations. Click edges to filter input & suggested articles.