Example 2. Topic representation across each journal, using the abbreviated topic names from Example 1

Numerical values for each topic represent the percentage of total articles per journal that cover that topic. For instance, we found that 17% of all articles in JMT engaged with History of Theory, while only 8% of articles in MTO did so. Percentages were rounded to the nearest whole number. Because of this rounding it is possible that percentages listed as 0 actually represent a value up to 0.4%. (This is especially important for topics such as Information, which appears to have no articles engage with it.)