How cool is this?

Websites as graphs displays your website as a graph of colored, connected dots representing the various HTML entities.

Below is a graph of the Big Picture:

Bp_as_graph


via Web log tools collection

After the jump, I grabbed a bunch of other sites for comparison purposes:

WSJ:
Wsj_graph

NYT:

Nyt_graph

boingboing

Boingboing

kottke

Kottke_1

The Street.com:
The_streetcom_graph

Real Money:
Real_money_graph

Infectious Greed

Infectious_greed

ticker sense

Ticker_sense

kirk report

Kirk_report

Category: Technology, Web/Tech, Weblogs

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6 Responses to “Sitegraphs: Websites as HTML graphics”

  1. Pretty pictures. What information do they convey?

  2. Doccom says:

    Along the same lines as ambivalentmaybe , what do you make of the pseudopod off to the right for Bigpicture? FWIW, the blogs seem to have a distinct signature with a prominent epicenter compared to the other sites.

  3. gbridgman says:

    Didn’t you post this a month or so ago, then pull it?

  4. muckdog says:

    Look like fireworks! Happy 4th!

  5. Kaleberg says:

    I think this only works with standardly constructed blogs, not generalized web sites. It sure as hell didn’t produce anything for my several hundred interlinked pages. Luckily, humans are not subject to the same restrictions.

  6. Really cool visualization of websites. Does anybody know where to find the source code of this applet?