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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.

The web2dna screenshot of my LinkTipps-Blog

web2dna of 28star.com

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

Another passing fancy - similar to the Photostream Map I posted earlier. I don't do this much and certainly don't want to turn my photostream into something other than the love for photography, but sometimes these experimental maps just catch my eye. I went with red for the autumn themes I have been posting recently.

 

If you would like to try it out, the site is http://www.baekdal.com/future/web2dna.

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

I copied Blyberg!

 

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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