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1 CiteSpace Workshop on taking CiteSpace to Science: new applications to visualization programming 11 th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics Madrid, June 2007 June 28, 2007

2 Key points Current usage Integrate new features Priority areas of development Long-term plan for research and education Discussion

3 Current Usage Times of Downloads #IPCityCountry CHONGQINGChina CHENGDUChina Taiwan COPENHAGENDenmark GuangdongChina EKATERINBURGRussian Fed CHENGDUChina BeijingChina WayneUSA StockholmSweden Brunel UnivUK CHENGDUChina ArhusDenmark WuhanChina Russian Fed The HagueNetherlands Buenos AiresArgentina WebStart Launches #IPCityCountry SeattleUSA BeijingChina SeattleWashington UxbridgeEngland SeattleUSA SeattleUSA AlborgDenmark New YorkUSA TaipeiTaiwan BeijingChina MontpellierFrance AllentownUSA San JoseUSA MalagaSpain San JoseUSA PhiladelphiaUSA GranadaSpain PhiladelphiaUSA PhiladelphiaUSA WayneUSA Buenos AiresArgentina New YorkUSA StockholmSweden

4 Users from 36 Countries Download 2+ (9/13/2004-8/23/2006)

5 Users from 14 Countries WebStart It 30+ (9/13/2004-8/23/2006)

6 Adding New Features to CiteSpace 1.Bug fixes, performance improvements, usability improvement, … 2.Implemented, published, not yet integrated 3.Implemented, unpublished, not integrated 4.To be designed, implemented, … currently driven by the two major projects: 1.NEVAC: predictive (unstructured) text analysis, multi-source information fusion, geovisualization 2.SEI-SDSS: structural and temporal models of scientific frontiers, literature-based scientific discoveries (astronomy), multi-source predictive information fusion

7 Features published but not yet available: Conceptual and Geospatial Diffusion of Knowledge Chen, C., Zhu, W., Tomaszewski, B., MacEachren, A. (2007) Tracing conceptual and geospatial diffusion of knowledge. HCI International 2007.Beijing, China. July 22-27, 2007.HCI International 2007 –Input: WoS –Output: Google Earth

8 Features to be integrated: Conflict Opinions Chen, C., SanJuan, F. I., SanJuan, E., & Weaver, C. (2006) Visual analysis of conflicting opinions. IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST 2006), Baltimore, MA. Oct 31-Nov 2, pp Visual analysis of conflicting opinions –Input: Amazon.com –Output: Explanation Tree

9 Features to be integrated Predict High H-index Topical Themes Chen, C., Zhang, J., Zhu, W., Vogeley, M. (2007) Delineating the citation impact of scientific discoveries. IEEE/ACM Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2007). June 17-22, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.JCDL 2007 –Input: WoS –Output: Decision Tree Classifier

10 Features in initial versions e-prints research awards solicitations of research proposals …

11 Other possible features Patents Institutions Full-text Book-length reports ???

12 Current Priority of Research and Development To augment scientists ability to make high- impact scientific discoveries! To help novices as well as domain experts to learn the history, the contemporary status, and the projected significance of the future of a subject domain!

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14 Last 7 days: > 100 Last 14 days: > 400 Last 21 days: > 500 Last 90 days: > 2,400

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18 Last 7 days as of June 25, 2007

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20 NSF SGER Awards ( )

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22 Discussion: 1. Your experience What is useful? 2. Your wish list What you would like to see in the new versions? 3. Research, education, dissemination case studies, tutorials, and other learning materials


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