Explore the social graph of favourite meeting places in Weimar with Matrix View.
This interactive visualization shows community generated data as acquired via our questionnaire from June 11, 2014 until June 21, 2016.
The visualization's layout is based on the adjacency matrix, where each cell i,j represents an edge from vertex i to vertex j. An adjacency matrix can be also represented as network.
Here vertices (or nodes) represent favourite meeting places while edges (or links) represent connectedness of meeting places.
Each coloured cell represents the connection (or link) between two favourite meeting places submitted by one person.
Cells with colour of greater saturation indicate that these two meeting places are common for two or more people.
Grey coloured cells represent the connection between two meeting places of different type, whereas the rest coloured cells represent the connection between two meeting places of the same type.
Meeting places can be sorted by name, connectedness or type by using the buttons at the top of the page. Meeting places are orded from top to bottom and from left to right. Explore different sortings to reveal hidden patterns.
Interact with the coloured cells by hovering them with the mouse or tapping them on the touch-screen.