Context networks are visualizations of the terms with a meaningful relationship with the respective terms or concepts in your query.

Context Networks show all the terms that have a meaningful relationship with the terms or concepts in your query, and the strength of the relationship between them.

Reading the Context Network

  • Concepts from your query will appear in their storyboard color. These are sized based on frequency.
  • Terms from your query will appear in light grey. These are sized based on frequency.
  • Context terms will appear in dark grey. These are sized by the influence score to your query.

The lines linking nodes indicate a relationship between the terms. The thicker the line linking two nodes, the stronger the relationship between those two terms. If there is no line linking two terms, then the relationship between those two terms is too weak to consider (or there is no relationship). By default, not all lines are drawn. Instead, only the thickest lines are drawn to connect every node. You can hover over a node to see all of its relationships.

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