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A map showing agency funding and the number of journal articles on various topics.


A map showing agency funding and the number of journal articles

A map showing agency funding and the number of journal articles on various topics in aging-related research. Larger peaks represent more articles. Small grants are shown by light-colored markers on the terrain. Large grants are shown by dark-colored markers.

Credit: Kevin W. Boyack and Katy Börner, "Indicator-Assisted Evaluation and Funding of Research: Visualizing the Influence of Grants on the Number and Citation Counts of Research Papers," J ASIST, 54(5): 447-461. © 2003, Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

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