Enter two or more lists of URLs or other items to discover commonalities among them. Possible visualizations include a Venn Diagram.


1. Input two or more list of URLs or other named entities (one per line). 2. Select detailed analysis for showing which items appear on which lists. The default, basic analysis shows which entities the lists have in common, without the specification of which lists have which entities in common.

Note: The basic analysis also displays a visualization. The first one shows columns retaining the order of the lists inputted, the second reorders each column by frequency. Colors depict in how many of the compared lists a particular result is in.

Sample project

Triangulation is a useful tool for simple analysis such as cleaning up duplicate items in a list. The tool can also be used as part of a larger project such as cross spherical analysis. Here the tool is used to analyse and output shared and specific items per list(s). One possible visual output is a venn diagram, which requires an extra step in Illustrator. In the sample project Indexing Issues for the Blogosphere three tag clouds are analyzed for shared and specific urls.


Other projects using this tool

According To Google Images
According to Google Images: Visual epistemologies of climate change and biodiversity loss Team Members: Warren Pearce, Elena Pilipets (facilitators), Maud Borie,...
Nofollow / Indexing Issues in the Blogosphere Introduction: Indexing and Ranking Search engine critiques generally focus on either the allocation of pages to be ...
Shapingthetopicalspaceof COP 21on You Tubeand Twitter
Main.WarrenPearce 22 Aug 2016 How is the topical space of COP21 shaped on Twitter and YouTube?: From issue climatisation to issue drift Group leaders: Nicolas B...

Topic revision: r5 - 21 Dec 2008, RichardRogers
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