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Is there any usable dynamical graph visualization of bibliographic (citation) data? That is:

  • a map of papers (e.g. from Google Scholar or arXiv) connected by lines if one cites another (or in another variant - if they share a common author).

I found over the Net a few static visualizations:

There are dynamical ones:

Do you know/use/develop other graph visualizers of the citation data?

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I do not have any positive reply to your request, however this news from march 2012 describe something close to what you are looking for. elsevier.com/about/press-releases/science-and-technology/… Does anybody has an other solution please? – user45624 Aug 14 '13 at 16:59