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Part 4: Bonus Materials of the Exhibit

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180-185

Illuminated Diagrams


Image Credits

Photographs courtesy of Katy Börner, with design overlay by Elisha F. Hardy.



Image Credits

Kevin W. Boyack (scientometrics and data shaping), Dick Klavans (scientometrics and node layout), W. Bradford Paley (typography, graphics, and interaction design),
John Burgoon (geographic mapmaking), and Peter Kennard (system design and programming). 2006.
Illuminated Diagram of Topic Map and Geographic Map.



Image Credits

Kevin W. Boyack (scientometrics and data shaping), Dick Klavans (scientometrics and node layout), W. Bradford Paley (typography, graphics, and interaction design),
John Burgoon (geographic mapmaking), and Peter Kennard (system design and programming). 2006. Illuminated Diagram of Topic Map and Geographic Map.


Image Credits

A: Boyack, Kevin W., and Richard Klavans. 2006. “Map of Scientific Paradigms.” Albuquerque, NM, and Berwyn, PA.
Courtesy of Kevin W. Boyack, Sandia National Laboratories and Richard Klavans,
SciTech Strategies, Inc. http://www.mapofscience.com (accessed June 10, 2008).


Image Credits

B: “Illuminated Diagram Topic Map,” based on “Map of Scientific Paradigms Research” and Node layout by Kevin W. Boyack and Richard Klavans, SciTech Strategies, Inc., http://www.mapofscience.com. Graphics and typography by W. Bradford Paley, Information Esthetics, http://didi.com/brad. Conceptualized and commissioned by Katy Börner.


Image Credits

C: “Relationships Among Scientific Paradigms,” as displayed in Nature, December 21, 2006, vol. 444, p. 985: 2006 Gallery.



Image Credits

D: “Relationships Among Scientific Paradigms,” as displayed in SEED magazine, March 7, 2007.


Image Credits

Photograph of the Illuminated Diagrams setups, one with Eric Wernert, Indiana University, courtesy of Katy Börner.


146-147

Hands-On Science Maps for Kids


Image Credits

Inventions and Science Map: Inventions by Fileve Palmer (original artwork and design) and Katy Börner (concept), Indiana University,
using Illuminated Diagram of Topic Map and Geographic Map by Kevin W. Boyack, Dick Klavans, W. Bradford Paley, John Burgoon, and Peter Kennard, 2006.


Image Credits

Inventions and Science Map: Inventions by Fileve Palmer (original artwork and design) and Katy Börner (concept), Indiana University,
using Illuminated Diagram of Topic Map and Geographic Map by Kevin W. Boyack, Dick Klavans, W. Bradford Paley, John Burgoon, and Peter Kennard, 2006.


Image Credits

Inventions and Science Map: Inventions by Fileve Palmer (original artwork and design) and Katy Börner (concept), Indiana University,
using Illuminated Diagram of Topic Map and Geographic Map by Kevin W. Boyack, Dick Klavans, W. Bradford Paley, John Burgoon, and Peter Kennard, 2006.


Image Credits

Timeline of Inventors and Inventions by Fileve Palmer (artwork) and Elisha F. Hardy (graphic design and layout).


Image Credits

Photographs courtesy of Katy Börner.


Image Credits

Photographs courtesy of Katy Börner.


Image Credits

Photographs courtesy of Katy Börner.


Image Credits

Photographs courtesy of Katy Börner.


148-149

WorldProcessor Globes


Image Credits

Photographs courtesy of Katy Börner, with design overlay by Elisha F. Hardy.

Globes © Ingo Günther, WorldProcessor.org, 1988-2007.

Acknowledgements: This exhibit is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. IIS-0238261, CHE-0524661, IIS-0534909 and IIS-0715303, the James S. McDonnell Foundation; Thomson Reuters; the Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center, University Information Technology Services, and the School of Library and Information Science, all three at Indiana University. Some of the data used to generate the science maps is from the Web of Science by Thomson Reuters and Scopus by Elsevier. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.