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IntroductionHistorical network analysis and social groups in the Enlightenmentby Chloe Summers Edmondson, Dan Edelstein
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Part 1: Correspondence Networks
Part 2 : Social Networks
Part 3: Knowledge Networks
Figure 17- Knowledge networks in Lespinasse’s salon.
Table 9- Most distinctive authors in the definitions of adverbs
Figure 19- Academy membership in Lespinasse’s network.
Figure 33-The number of quotations from named Shakespeare plays in Johnson’s Dictionary (as identified by Johnson).
Figure 20- Demographics of d’Holbach’s network based on subset of attendees with a VIAF ID.
Figure 35-Network of words in Johnson’s Dictionary with connections limited to authors that are distinctive of parts of speech.
Figure 40-'Semiotic' cluster of adverbs and adjectives in part-of-speech network
Figure 14-The arms of the Masonic lodge of The Three Compasses in Stettin
Figure 21- Lespinasse’s and d’Holbach’s salon networks and the overlap between them visualised as undirected networks in Gephi.
Figure 39-'Negative affect' cluster of adverbs and adjectives in part-of-speech network