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Figure 1: An overview map of the network of sources co-cited in archaeological research outputs. (Citation threshold - 50 citations) [Zoomable version]

Figure 2: The network map of sources co-cited in archaeological research outputs. (Citation threshold - 50 citations) [Zoomable version]

Figure 3: An overview map of the network of authors co-cited in archaeological research outputs. (Citation threshold - 50 citations) [Zoomable version]

Figure 4: The network map of authors co-cited in archaeological research outputs. (Citation threshold - 50 citations) [Zoomable version]

Figure 5: An overview map of the terms used in titles and abstracts of archaeological research outputs. (Citation threshold - 50 citations) [Zoomable version]

Figure 6: The network map of terms used in the titles and abstracts of archaeological research outputs. (Citation threshold - 50 citations) [Zoomable version]

Box Figures

Figure a: The number of published research outputs in archaeology 1970 to 2013 - includes articles, books, book chapters, papers from conference proceedings. The trendline shows the moving average. (Box 1)

Figure b: The cumulative number of published research outputs in archaeology 1970 to 2013 - includes articles, books, book chapters, papers from conference proceedings. The trendline shows the values predicted by exponential growth. (Box 1)

Figure c: Different document relationships identified through bibliographic coupling analysis or co-citation analysis. (Box 4)

Figure d: The VOSviewer java applet requesting permission to be opened. (Box 5)

Figure e: The VOSviewer program requesting permission to be run. (Box 5)

Figure f: The initial window that will be seen after opening VOSviewer to examine the network map of sources. (Box 5)

Figure g: The main window in VOSviewer and its subpanels. (reproduced from the VOSviewer Manual 1.6.3 by Nees Jan van Eck and Ludo Waltman 2015). (Box 5)

Figure h: Enabling the black background option in VOSviewer. (Box 5)

Figure i: The citations data presented in the information panel for the source node 'Nature' when highlighted in the main panel. (Box 5)

Figure j: The nodes within cluster 1, made visible by enabling the 'items' tab in the 'action panel'. (Box 5)


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