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Allow the Awesomeness of This Supreme Court Citation Video to Wash Over You
I'm not sure there's too much to say about the academic work below, other than the fact that if you were a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Michigan, you, too, could be making videos about the "Development of Structure in the Citation Network of the United States Supreme Court" from 1800-1830. But you are not such a candidate now, are you? So you will continue to miss out on all of the fun, and can only sit back with the rest of us to admire this awesomeness from the Computational Legal Studies blog ("now in HD!"). Tron it ain't, but see if visualizing 200-year-old Supreme Court jurisprudence as an expanding Hoberman sphere does it for you, even without the 3-D glasses:
The Development of Structure in the Citation Network of the United States Supreme Court — Now in HD! from Computational Legal Studies on Vimeo.
Posted by Bruce Carton on March 30, 2010 at 02:17 PM | Permalink
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