This work explores 'The Leonardo Journal', an art-science magazine, tracking the changes in topics and style over time. The visualization presents the cover of every issue of the Leonardo Journal since its founding. Clicking on one of the covers reveals the top 50 words used within that issue.

This is an ongoing project. In future work I hope to visualize the changes in topic over time, and to compare how topics in Leonardo relate to topics in both science and art journals.

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This work was created in part while visiting the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) at UCLA, which is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF).