This co-authorship graph shows a visualization of collaborations across the GWF community, extracted from
approximately 700 papers in the GWF Annual Reports from Y1 to Y3.
In this undirected graph, nodes represents authors and edges denote co-authorship. That is, an edge between two
nodes indicates that the two individuals have co-authored at least one paper together.
As these data were automatically extracted, there might be data quality issues. If you find any problems, please
report to Jimmy Lin at the University of Waterloo.