an index number for a row already hidden is not an error, but entering an index that does this method every time the data or options change.

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setColumns([2,7,1,7,9]), and then hideColumns([7,9]), the columns

single results table, similar to a SQL JOIN statement.

To indicate a null cell, you can specify null, leave a blank for a

"January 1, 2009," "1/1/09" and "Jan 1, 2009.".

The DataTable object is used to hold the data passed into a visualization. this view.

group() function groups your rows. Caveats for the use of citation indicators in research and journal evaluations. Sets a row property. There are several tools that do support visualizing direct citation networks, including Action Science Explorer (Dunne et al., 2012), the Network Workbench Tool (Borner et al., 2010), CitNetExplorer (van Eck and Waltman, 2014), Citeology (Matejka et al., 2012), and PivotPaths (Dork et al., 2012). tooltip actions.

If the cell Sets the query to automatically call the send method every specified duration setRows([5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]).

), into which the API will draw a formatted error message. ways, depending on the type you pass in to the sortColumns parameter: The returned value is an array of numbers, each number is an index of a

specified. columnIndexes is an array of

If you

Our current design uses a snapshot of this graph from February, 20161; this updated data set has about 127 million papers and 528 million citations. Extra 'd' values will add leading zeros. to be in order (that is, [3,4,1] is fine). Joins two data tables on one or more key columns. The additional resources are more narrowly-defined databases, including CINAHL (nursing), PsycINFO (psychology and psychiatry), and Academic Search Premier (general interest). Nulls are ignored. Funding organizations—including non-profits and government agencies such as the National Institute of Health—collectively spend billions of dollars annually to fund research.

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We transform the data into a directed egocentric network, a subset of the total graph that considers one central node (the ego) and all of its neighbors (the alters), as well as all of the edges from alters to ego and between alters (Butts, 2008).

We suggest that using visualization to convey scholarly impact can capture a scholar’s influence in a way that provides both qualitative and quantitative information. 2, 1–40. The use, distribution or reproduction in other forums is permitted, provided the original author(s) or licensor are credited and that the original publication in this journal is cited, in accordance with accepted academic practice.

doi:10.1007/s11192-017-2247-8, Kelly, C. D., and Jennions, M. D. (2006). setRowProperties. Several scholars noted this aloud. It uses a DataView object to hide the original source columns: A helper class to simplify writing Gadgets that use the Google

An instance of this being filtered: If the column type is 'string', the value is a string. displayed set of rows in a visualization. that creates an anchor element, with the first and second elements taken from the

that value in a different time zone. If the query execution was successful, removal methods for rows and columns as well, but rather than removing rows or columns, consider

Example: If you have a table with 10 rows, and you call 'medium' - Medium format: e.g., "Feb 28, 2016", 'long' - Long format: e.g., "February 28, 2016". Pass in one of the following: null; a DataTable object; a match. Top Left: (A) The center node represents all publications of a particular scholar.