Constellate has a growing number of visualizations available as you build and after you have built datasets.  We will continue to add to the visualizations and welcome suggestions!

Before the quick notes on some of the current visualizations below, a hint:

    You may download and share these visualizations from those three dots stacked in a vertical column on each visualization. You may download the visualization as in image or download the data used to build it. You may also create a sharable URL that will link directly to the visualization.

Keyphrases: We have algorithmically assigned 10 key phrases to every piece of content in Constellate (you may read more about this process).  We are visualizing the top set of key phrases used in the dataset you are building.  Click on a phrase or word in the bubble to get a chart of its frequency of use over time in your dataset.

Term frequency: Have you ever used the Google Books n-gram viewer? (If not, give it a go, it’s fun.)  The Term frequency viewer is our version.  You may chart the usage of up to four phrases (one, two, and three word phrases) over time in your dataset.  Use the dropdown menu on the right to chart your visualization by percentage of the documents in your dataset that contain each term or total documents in your dataset that contain each term.

Document Categories: We have performed some machine learning to assign categories to journal and book content in JSTOR and Portico.   In the Document categories over time visualization, you can see the top 5 categories assigned to documents in your dataset and how they map over time.  

In the Category treemap, you can see all the categories assigned to the full-text articles, books, and book chapters from  JSTOR & Portico in your dataset.  Put your mouse over a category to see information about it, such as name and number of documents.