Citation & Contributions

Suggested Citation

Jeschke, J.M.; Enders, M.; Bagni, M.; Aumann, D.; Jeschke, P.; Zimmermann, M.; Heger, T. 2020., version 2.0.


Jonathan M. Jeschke, Martin Enders, Tina Heger and colleagues developed the approach to structure scientific information and data in a hierarchical network of hypotheses. The large hypothesis network shown on this site was developed by Enders et al. (2020). The smaller network was developed by Enders and Jeschke (2018), as outlined in the book Invasion Biology, edited by Jeschke and Heger. Data for the hypotheses in the networks were collected and analysed by contributors to the book, as outlined in the book’s chapters.

The interactive tools featuring the hypothesis networks were developed by Worth Knowing (Marco Bagni and Max Zimmermann). The demo video was created by Marco Bagni with music composed by Francesco Sarcone. The interactive tool featuring branches of science was developed by Dietmar Aumann and Marco Bagni. The Hi Knowledge logo was designed by Worth Knowing. Other parts of the website were designed and developed by Pascal Jeschke.