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Ideological differences in engagement in public debate on Twitter

Fig 2

Reply trees.

An exemplary dummy reply tree (A), along with two reply trees from the data set (B). Each node represents a tweet, and a directed edge between two nodes indicates a reply. If the users of the tweets appear in the retweet network, their replies were color-coded according to the cluster of the user (a black node indicates a reply by a user that does not appear in the retweet network). The root tweet is the original tweet by one of the seed users, while first-order replies are the direct replies to the root tweet.

Fig 2

doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0249241.g002