admin wrote:Cool! But what do the links mean?
Besides the labeled nodes, there are 2400 contributor nodes (you can see some of the more voluminous contributors as their own nexus) and 10,600 "edit" nodes (at the point where the curved edge switches from being curved one way to another). The edit nodes are all labeled by unixtime and have an edge to the editor and an edge to the page edited. I'd rather do it this way for the dynamic graph than build the gexf with edge value variation. So if you made an edit to the Algerian Protests page, then one node would be Sebastien, one node would be Sebastien_edits_Algerian_Protests_1297454400, and one node would be Algerian_Protests. The edit nodes are colored by their unixtime value, and the edges are set to inherit their target color (the graph is directed for aesthetic sake with Page->Edit, Contributor->Edit). Hope that makes more sense, I'll make sure when I get the animated version up to label everything and write up a more detailed explanation.
Also:http://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet ... more-22423
The Poetry Foundation did a story on my representation of Robert Creeley's email correspondence.