• Andrew Lake

NetSage adds map of global science transfers

The latest version of NetSage (v1.4.0) has been released and brings with it a new map that shows the locations of science transfers around the globe. This map is added to the existing Flows by Science Discipline dashboard and can be filtered by a selected science discipline just like other elements on that dashboard. You can see an example below showing high-energy physics traffic:


Through the addition of geographic context, this map compliments the existing Sankey graph that shows the endpoints involved in the top transfers for a given science discipline.


In addition to the new map, the latest version of NetSage brings with it a number of small improvements and enhancements to the backend with an aim to continue to improve the overall user experience.

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