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  World Wide Web:
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  Social Networks:
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  Biological Networks:
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  Networks in Art:
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  Other:
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Internet

(1) (2): Skitter data depicting a macroscopic snapshot of Internet connectivity, with selected backbone ISPs (Internet Service Provider) colored separately By K. C. Claffy
Email: kc@caida.org
http://www.caida.org/publications/papers/bydate/index.xml

(3) (4): Arc map showing the world-wide internet traffic By Stephen G. Eick
Email: m.dodge@manchester.ac.uk
http://www.cybergeography.org/atlas/geographic.html

(5) (6): 3D interactive map of the Mbone tunnel structure By Tamara Munzner
Email: munzner@cs.stanford.edu
http://www.graphics.stanford.edu/papers/mbone/

(7): AS paths to individual networks
http://moat.nlanr.net/ASx/

(8): Rootzmap - Mapping the Internet By Philippe Bourcier
http://www.sysctl.org/rootzmap/

(9): Mapping the internet : tracing domain routes By Dave Jevans
Email: jevans@jevans.com
http://www.jevans.com/pubnetmap.html

(10): Growth and Topology of the NLANR Caching Hierarchy
By Bradley Huffaker, Jaeyeon Jung, Duane Wessels
http://www.caida.org/tools/visualization/plankton/

(11) (12): Map of internet : colored by IP addresses By William R. Cheswick
Email: ches@bell-labs.com
http://www.cs.bell-labs.com/~ches/map/index.html

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World Wide Web

(1) (2): Hierachical topology of the international web cache By Bradley Huffaker
Email: bhuffake@caida.org
http://www.caida.org/tools/visualization/plankton/

(3): Graph of the topology of Usenet By Naveen Jamal
Email: nj@reference.com
http://www.cybergeography.org/atlas/more_topology.html

(4): RhNav - Rhizome Navigation By Walter Rafelsberger
http://www.metaportaldermedienpolemik.net/wiki/Blog/2006-04-18/RhNav3D

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Social Networks

(1): Image of Social links in Canberra, Australia By A. S. Klovdahl
Email: Alden.Klovdahl@anu.edu.au
http://arts.anu.edu.au/sss/CV_Klovdahl_USL.pdf

(2): Boston Inventor Networks mid-1990s: This graph illustrates the largest connected component of patented Boston inventors in the mid-1990s. Each of the nodes illustrates an inventor. The color corresponds to the inventor's organization and the size of the node corresponds to the importance of the inventions. A tie corresponds to co-authorship of a patent. Red ties are old, blue ties are recent, and green ties are most recent. The close-up illustrates the centrality of MIT in the Boston networks.
© 2004 HBS associate professor Lee Fleming

(3): Co-Authorship Network By Lothar Krempel
Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
http://www.mpi-fg-koeln.mpg.de/~lk/netvis/Huge.html

(4): FlickrLand By Gustavo G
Network analysis of the Flickr population, based on data collected on March 14th, 2005.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/gustavog/sets/164006/

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Biological Networks

(1): Map of protein-protein interactions. The colour of a node signifies the phenotypic effect of removing the corresponding protein (red, lethal; green, non-lethal; orange, slow growth; yellow, unknown).
By Hawoong Jeong Email: hjeong@nd.edu
http://www.nd.edu/~networks/BioNetworks/

(2) (3): By Erzsebet Ravasz Email: eravasz@lanl.gov
http://cnls.lanl.gov/External/people/Erzsebet_Ravasz.php

(4): Biological meaning of neighbourhoods
By Rung J., Schlitt T., Brazma A., Freivalds K., Vilo J.
European Bioinformatics Institute
http://www.ebi.ac.uk/microarray/Research/networks/disruptionNet.html

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Networks in Art

(1): Microchip Series 2:A, by W. Logan Fry (1991).
For further images see:
http://www.dmoma.org/lobby/collection/w_logan_fry/microchips/microchips_1.html

(2): Digital Interface, by W. Logan Fry (1999).
For further images see:
http://www.dmoma.org/lobby/collection/w_logan_fry/woven_brain/woven_brain.html

(3): Mark Lombardi - art historian, reference librarian, curator and researcher (1951-2000). "The Sinister Beauties of Global Conspiracies" by Eleanor Heartney, New York Times (October 26, 2003).
Visit: http://www.pierogi2000.com/memorial/lombardm.html [ PDF ]

(4): New Internet maps with an amazing color range. For more maps, high resolution versions and credits see http://www.opte.org/

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Other

(1): DIY Store Receipts Network by Graham Wills
http://willsfamily.org/gwills/

(2): Visual Complexity - An important way to understand of different visualization methods, across a series of disciplines, as diverse as Biology, Social Networks or the World Wide Web.
http://www.visualcomplexity.com/vc/

(3): The website for shared visualizations and discoveries.
http://services.alphaworks.ibm.com/manyeyes/app

(4): SOL LEWITT: DRAWING SERIES; Parting Thoughts From a Master of the Ephemeral.
http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/l/sol_lewitt/index.html (April 2007)

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