Analysis is the principal tool for mapping the structure and the dynamics of your corpus.
This script produces several types of analysis and visualizations which are illustrated above. The maps feature homogeneous or heterogeneous nodes (see nodes selection page) which can be linked according to different types of proximity measures (see edges definition page) . Different advanced option (see Network Analysis & Layout page) are also proposed for tagging clusters, producing historical maps, generating “heatmaps” or contingency matrices. Last tubes provide a dynamical perception of maps transformation in time (see Dynamical Options section for more information). A web interface (see illustration below) also allows to browse maps and edit node and cluster information. It is based on TinaJS explorer developed at ISCPIF. Note that only homogeneous maps are visible with the web interface. Cluster tags and heatmaps are also only visible in the pdf version of the maps.
The video below illustrates the use of the script – network mapping, adding tags, and creating a river network (tubes) :