By Rob Kitchin, Martin Dodge
Explores the hot cartographic and visualization suggestions being hired within the mapping of our on-line world, focusing on the parts of; web infrastructure and site visitors flows, the realm broad internet, on-line dialog and group, and Imaging our on-line world in paintings, literature and picture.
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F o r m : polar-projected graph. t e c h n i q u e : data gathered from automatic measurements of the Internet topology through a program skitter. d a t e : January 2000. org/analysis/topology/as_core_network/> In terms of the geographic component of the visualization, one can think of this as somewhat like a map of the Earth with a projection centered on the North Pole. Around the circumference of the graph, longitudes are marked every ten degrees, and colored strips denote the different continents.
T e c h n i q u e : hand-crafted maps, updated quarterly from detailed information concerning network engineering. d a t e : global – June 2000; North America – June 2000; UK/London – October 2000. uk/network>. Courtesy of UUNET M a p p i n g i n f r a s t r u c t u re a n d t r a ff i c 31 Courtesy of CAIDA 32 Atlas of cyberspace Interactive mapping of networks The maps we have discussed so far convey information in a fixed form that cannot be altered or queried by the map reader. In contrast, some researchers are exploring more sophisticated representations that allow the map reader to interact with the map and to explore the visualization further.
In fact, this impressive “arc map” is a visualization of Internet traffic flows between 50 nations, as measured by the NSFNET backbone for a two-hour period in February 1993; it is one of the most compelling, almost iconic, representations of the Net, and it is widely reproduced in newspapers and magazines and even on book covers. The user had considerable interactive control over the map within the SeeNet3D application. For example, the arc-height scaling and translucency could be smoothly varied; and the map could be rotated and scaled, so that the user could view it from any angle.
Atlas of Cyberspace by Rob Kitchin, Martin Dodge