Israel-based designer Dafna Aizenberg’s Atlas of the World Wide Web is 120 pages of data visualizations on a broad range of internet-related topics. From spam sources to connectivity to common searches, each topic gets its own unique visualization. Aizenberg’s work brings up a few interesting observations, such as the fact that the United States doesn’t even make the top 10 countries in terms of social connectivity. The book is currently unpublished, but more of Aizenberg’s work can be found here.
Atlas of the World Wide Web
Travis Korte is a research analyst at the Center for Data Innovation specializing in data science applications and open data. He has a background in journalism, computer science and statistics. Prior to joining the Center for Data Innovation, he launched the Science vertical of The Huffington Post and served as its Associate Editor, covering a wide range of science and technology topics. He has worked on data science projects with HuffPost and other organizations. Before this, he graduated with highest honors from the University of California, Berkeley, having studied critical theory and completed coursework in computer science and economics. His research interests are in computational social science and using data to engage with complex social systems. You can follow him on Twitter @traviskorte.
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