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Nov 15, 2004 10:24pm

clockwise web traffic

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Design Weenie writes:

Working with log data from webservers, I wrote software that looked at the referrer data and created a site tree. This map of the site is interesting because it is formed by how the users travel through the site. It is the aggregate view of how the user base views the hierarchy of the website.
Simple straight lines between pages are not used. Instead all traffic moves clockwise around the map. A clockwise circular pattern is used because directionality can not be clearly labeled with straight lines.

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