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I’m curious how you collected multidimensional data for your network. Did you qualitatively assign each SCOTUS citation a certain dimension, as in, “A” cites “B” concerning subject “1”, “A” cites “C” concerning subject “2”? Also, all the nodes exist in n-dimensions, but each edge only occupies 1 dimension, so why not color the edges instead of the nodes? There are some cases where “A” cites “C” concerning both subjects “1” and “2”, but that case should create two distinct edges.