» For more information about this subject, the following resources are recommended.
» (1) Explore the Map of the Market for yourself.
» (2) Treemap is an interesting technique for space-constrained visualization of hierarchical data developed by Ben Shneiderman and colleagues at the Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL), University of Maryland.
» (3) More details are available at the ET-Map homepage. ET-Map was also the focus of an earlier Mappa.Mundi article - A Map of Yahoo!, February 2000.
» (4) Try Spiral yourself and take a spin through the collection of articles in Rhizomes art database. Each star in Spiral is a single article and they are arranged in temporal sequence.
The Shape of Song is an experimental tool that visualizes the structure of music as translucent arcs.
» (5) You can explore the Data Dynamic exhibition. While Apartment is permanently on display on the Turbulence website.
» (6) Try out HistoryWired interface.
» (7) See the earlier Map of the Month article Newmaps : Topographic Mapping of Information, September 2000, for a description.
» (8) For more information and to try these information maps, see WebMap and Map.net.