Pages in this section:
Section 4: Analysis
Analysing a file
Screenshotting your maps
Filters: Tracing paths
Filters: Focus on / exclude specific factors
Filters: Top factors and links
Filters: Combine opposites
Filters: Remove brackets
Filters: Collapse factors
Filters: Include / exclude hashtags
Formatters: Colour factor labels
The Links Table
The Sources Table
The Factors table
The Statements Table
The Mentions Table
The Questions Table
⚒️ The Closed Question Blocks Table
They both work the same way.
Here, the bottom slider means we are selecting only links with at least 6 citations.
If you switch to “Sources”, we are selecting only links with at least 6 sources.
If you switch to “Top” we are selecting only the top 6 links by citation count, etc.
You can format the links and factors in your map to reflect the data, e.g. you can make factors bigger if they were mentioned more often.
Note that if you select the top 10 links you will always get a map with exactly 10 links. However if you select the top 10 factors, this actually means “find the top 10 factors and show me all of those factors which are linked to at least one other factor in the top 10”, so you may actually get a map with fewer factors.