31 January 2013

Word Graph: Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables

Victor Hugo’s renowned novel (turned into both a timeless musical and major motion picture) Les Misérables has been interpreted into a word graph.

The word graph is a visual representation of both how frequent a word occurs in the text and their intricate connections with other words.

The inner area represents key words that occur throughout Hugo’s work; the outer ring of words have weak connections to the other words featured in the graph.

To view this word graph in its entirety, simply click on the preview image below:

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[via Neoformix.com]