“i/denti/tee is a music collective that got together around their shared love for music. In order to find how different lyrics intersect with each other, they built an engaging visualization tool entitled visual i/zer. You can start by searching for a song, an artist or a lyric. You can then roll over the song title, in order to view the full lyric in a well-balanced transition, and then click on any keyword to see how it connects with other lyrics.”
“Sourcemap is a platform for researching, optimizing and sharing the supply chains behind a number of everyday products.”
This is a very old visualization but seems to work fine.
Requires a JAVA application to be installed.
“In a paper entitled “Visualizing Social Bookmarks”, Joris Klerkx and Erik Duval describe how it’s often hard in most social bookmarking tools to discover implicit structures between tags, users and bookmarks. This is mostly due to the flat nature of tags, and an intrinsic trait of folksonomy in opposition to traditional hierarchical structures.
In an effort to solve this problem, the authors designed a system that “attempts to visualize these structures, so that end users can explore the social bookmarks in a playful, efficient and flexible way.” In this work, a cluster map visualization application is customized to enable users to explore social bookmarks in the del.icio.us system. The design of the application aims to automatically identify tag and community structures, and visualizes these structures in order to increase the users’ awareness of them.”