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Kunal Anand
Project Description:
Kunal Anand who works as a software engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory wrote a Python script to help him visualize his tag intersections.

As he describes in his blog: "The purpose for doing this was to help me see if I was even using multiple tags for my links. As it turns out, I have about 70 intersecting nodes (tags), 20 that are isolated (...) What is neat is that I have approximately 200 edges (intersections). The point? As predicted, I am not much of a combination tagger - instead, I am old-fashioned and use a tag to represent a folder". Each dot represents a tag (node) and each line represents an intersection between tags. The center of the visualization (denoted by a gradient), represents the heavy set of intersections.

Kunal says that he's also interested in comparing his method with other people's usage of To do that all you have to do is e-mail him an XML of your links and he will run it through his script.

Comments (1):
Are you still interested in comparing via an xml file submission?

Posted by Samuel Carlisle on Jan 22, 2009 at 4:24 PM (GMT)

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