Visualising site structure - your tag structure as a graph

I came across this cool site today, it has an applet that will take the URL of your site and render the various tags used to structure it as a cool graph, kind of a node based diagram joined by lines.

I've had a look at a few of my sites in it and the results look really cool, here's a few of them. You can click on the images themselves to see the actual page in the applet.

This site, www.suburbia.org.uk:

Graph of suburbia.org.uk

Dundeeconcrete.com:

Graph of Dundeeconcrete.com

Google.com:Graph of Google.com

Magicseaweed.com: Graph of magicseaweed.com

I love these things! Google's graph looks great due to it's simplicity and bold colours - just like the site itself. One other aspect of these things is the way they animate and appear, the Magicseaweed.com site is especially cool! Check out some of your own urls and see for yourself!

~Rick


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Originally published on 2006-05-26 23:41:55 by Rick Curran

Last edited on 2006-05-27 00:39:45 by Rick Curran

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