References visualizations

Inspired by the WikiCite initiative, which aims "to develop open citations and linked bibliographic data to serve free knowledge", the metadata of all the bibliographical references of the Islam Burkina Faso Collection has been uploaded to Wikidata to make them to be more openly citable and accessible.

The following visualizations of research on Islam and Muslims in Burkina Faso have been generated using the Wikidata query service (SPARQL) and Scholia. It should be noted that the data is not exhaustive. Wikidata is constantly evolving and this dataset will therefore change over time.

Publications per year

Author score

Authors scored according to their publications and citing works within the topic.

Co-author graph

The 25 most prolific authors and some of their co-authors.

Co-occurring topics graph

Only a maximum of the 400 most often occuring links are shown.

Co-occurring topics map

Journals and edited volumes publishing works about the topic

Map of organizations associated with works about the topic

The colours indicate how many publications on the topic are associated with organizations in the given location, as detailed in the legend (top right).

For more visualizations, see also the topic "Islam in Burkina Faso" on Scholia.