The interactive figure on this page presents the research landscape of the Dutch umcs, based on the frequently mentioned terms in the scientific publications from 2018. The size of the spheres reflects how often a word appears, the clusters and colours indicate the specific research domains in which the umcs are active. Using the menu on the left, it is possible to apply a filter that allows you to isolate each umcs areas of greater activity compared with the other umcs. The wealth of topics reveals the diversity of the umcs, while the overlays emphasise how complementary their work is.
Click on ⚙ and select particular clusters to examine the various possibilities
The interactive chart gives a very broad impression of the various research domains of the umcs. In the static image below, a rough classification of the themes that the clusters of terms form has been overlaid.