Constructs a map of the web using the user's browser history.
Webmapper uses your browsing history to construct an interactive, personalized "map of the web as you see it". Every webpage you visit is placed on the map and sized by how often you visit it. Similar pages are grouped into clusters. Features: **Interactive -- click on text to visit pages, or zoom in on domain names** **Zoomable -- use mousewheel / scrolling to zoom in and out on clusters** **Searchable** **Site-Specific -- click on polygons to construct a map specific to a site, e.g. a map of all your Google searches, or Wikipedia entries** **6 quality color palettes** **Map sites visited in the last 10, 20, 30, 50, or 100 days** http://github.com/rhamerly/webmapper/wiki Developers: Ryan Hamerly, Scott Chung, Sheta Chatterjee, and Milinda Lakkam
- (2021-03-03) Roman Radulov: Very Fun!
- (2019-07-13) Desmond Pineapple Jones: Wonderful idea, unfortunately crashed instantly and never even showed my map.
- (2016-07-18) Jeroen Verhoef: Amazing overview, very helpful. Adding a possibility for mapping the whole history would be very beneficial.
- (2013-03-18) Christina Hamerly: Ingenious!
- (2013-03-15) Marcos Hung: Pretty cool!