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ProQuest TDM Studio

A guide on how to access and use ProQuest TDM Studio

Geographic Visualization

  1. The geographic visualization will open with a global view. The top menu includes the visualization method; project name; the number of articles in the project; date range; and an option to export data.
  2. Click on a cluster or map marker. A drawer will open on the right hand side of the screen that includes the articles included in that cluster or marker. The larger the cluster, the longer it will take for the drawer to open. If you click on the title of an article, a new tab or window will open and you will be directed to the article itself. Click hide articles to close the drawer.
  3. You can use the slider along the bottom of the map to change the date range. The map will update to reflect the new date range.
  4. You can export your data by clicking the export data in the upper right hand corner. You can download your data in a GeoJSON or CSV file.