This adjacency matrix diagram shows majors that co-occur as part of a double or triple major in a given term.
Each colored cell represents two majors that were each declared by at least four students. Mouseover a cell and the number of multiple majors will display in the upper left.
The darker the square, the larger the number of this major combination.
Colors represent groups (or clusters) that were determined by the Louvain method of community detection. Majors that are the same color are more likely to co-occur with each other than with majors outside of their community.
Don't forget to use the drop-down menus above to reorder the matrix and explore the data!
Majors that are part of fewer than four double/triple major combinations were excluded from the matrix. We found that if all co-occurrences were displayed, the matrix becomes quite large and the data more difficult to explore.
There is also a Cal Answers dashboard where you can see ALL of the double and triple majors that occur within a given major program.
For a step-by-step walkthrough of how this adjacency matrix works, check out our interactive presentation.
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