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Monday, October 02, 2006

Websites as Graphs: What Does Your Site Look Like?

Combining a physics particle engine, HTML parser, and Processing language, Websites as Graphs allows you to see what a site looks like as a graph. Above is Google's homepage in graph view. It takes a little time to understand what all the colors stand for, but the graph view is a nice way to visualize the structure of HTML code. You can easily see whether links (blue), images (violet), tables (red), or some other tag predominates on a page in a single glance.


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