Clickstream data is not widely known about. In short it’s the analysis of users clicking on websites. We’ve started exploring this and the clickstream we’re using is based on users clicking on particular search results. In short, if you do a search on Trip and click on documents number 2, 4 and 9 you’re effectively telling us that, for your intention, they’re connected. In isolation it’s arguably meaningless, but over thousands of searches you start to see structure. I’ve blogged about this previously (here, here and here) but now we’ve got more results.
Below is the largest continuous graph/map of connected documents – over 10,000 long (click on image to expand).
August 25, 2014 at 6:10 am
Good morning Mr Brassey,
I love this graphical representation. Could you explain me which software did you use to make it?
Thank you in advance.
Miguel del Río
August 25, 2014 at 6:45 am
Thank you for your interest. We are working with Valdis Krebs (see http://www.orgnet.com) and, as far as I know, the software he is using is something called InFlow (http://www.orgnet.com/inflow3.html).