Special Topic: Supersymmetry> Time Series Graphs

Published November 2011

On the one-year time-series graph, papers are not produced in a discernable pattern, perhaps due to the unpredictable nature of supersymmetry research. Cites and cites per paper appear to decline in a liner manner. On the five-year time-series graph, everything smoothes out, showing what may be steady effort over time.
 
 

One Year


One year graph

Five years


Five year graph

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Currently, we provide graphical representation by papers, cites, and cites/paper in both one- and five-year intervals. The graphs instantly show anomalies and trends: did one year have a higher or lower output than average?

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