Visualizing my Twitter network

I follow exactly 100 twitterers (and frankly, I have no idea how I could deal with more). So I thought it would be nice to see how they follow each other.

Once the edge list was done, it was easy to create some visualisations using my tool — I wrote about them on the product site: http://condensr.de/2020/12/05/another-large-map-example/ .

I thought that I might see at least two major clusters: the elearning people and the personal knowledge management/ visualisation people. But it turned out that they are so much interconnected that most layouts show just one large hair ball.

Screenshot of an interactive H5P page that is linked to the image.
Click for the H5P interactive page

So I have to admit: it’s a bubble.

By the way, I color-coded two of the maps by gender. I wonder if 62 males and 34 females is too biased?

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