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Decided to recreate my old web2dna image with my blog's new data (as of 1/23/07) and resize it to be a widescreen wallpaper. Here's the old version:

 

jdanger-wordpress-web2dna

representation of site semantics, at web2dna. I like how pretty the results are. Seems like a sparkline version of this could be made.

 

Found via luxuryluke via somefool.

Adam pointed me in the direction of Thomas Baekdal's Web2DNA. I ran it against thinkdrastic.net/ and it produced this, which is a pretty cool thing.

This is a graphical representation of the HTML code of my site stilbuero.de as DNA. A semantically rich site will appear brighter than one with messy old-style code.

This is supposed to be a graphic representation of a human DNA developed from an old homepage of mine. It was created at www.baekdal.com/web2dna/

 

According to the website, the "brightness of the lines is determined by the importance of the tags in terms of structure." I created my website using home-made html about 10 years ago, so it's is filled with "messy old-style" code, and not as varied or as bright as one of the newer, dynamic websites.

 

After all, I'm 54. I shouldn't be surprised my webdna looks sort of laid-back. :)

 

Thanks, Carla! This is definitely strange....also fun.

  

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My Blog's DNA - davejay.exit42design.com

see www.baekdal.com/web2dna/

 

Image created by a tool that scans your website and creates DNA code similar to human DNA for your site.

Este es un vistazo al ADN de mi pagina en flickr. Si quieren probar visiten WED2DNA

DNA fingerprint of my friend's forum site.

 

get your own here: www.baekdal.com/future/web2dna

flavoredorange.net/Citrus/

 

Whoo DNA. Red is pretty much the color of the site.

this is my dna of my blog.

web2dna, takes my website and turns the different tags and the structure of the site and makes it into an image like this.

Cleartrip's front-end code rendered as DNA--the brighter the image, the better the code is. Check it out at:

www.baekdal.com/web2dna/?url=http://www.cleartrip.com&...

 

"WEB2DNA will take your website, analyze it, crunch it to little bits and spit it out as a graphic representation of a human DNA.

The brightness of the lines is determined by the importance of the tags in terms of structure.

 

* H1 is brighter than H2, which is brighter than H3.

* TABLE is brighter than TR, which is brighter than TD tags.

* Images and flash elements appear as 70% white.

* New HTML tags like STRONG and EM is brighter than older ones like B and I

* UL, OL and DL is brighter than their LI, DT, DD

* DIV layout is brighter than table layout

Basically a semantically rich site will appear brighter than one with messy old-style code.

You can also determine the richness of text on a site. A site the focuses on (text) content is one where the DNA patterns is large (filling many containers), but contains a lot of empty spaces between the lines (empty space is the individual words)."

www.baekdal.com/web2dna/

A neat link i found on the web, it will convert a website into a DNA profile.

 

The above is my website www.spanishflea.com

 

Here is a link to the DNA site that created this.

www.baekdal.com/web2dna/

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