Chris Harrison mapped out all the social networks and cross references in the Bible.
(Cross references. Get it…? Do you…?! No? Never mind.)
As Chris says, “Due to the extremely high number of cross-references, this lands more on the aesthetic side of the information visualization spectrum.”
So don’t look for specific names/places/events. Just look at the overall image.
In an attempt to explain the picture, each horizontal axis bar represents a chapter of the Bible (in order), the size of the bar represents the length of the chapter, and the clusters of alternating grey and white bars represent different books. Finally, the beautiful colors represent the various size arc lengths.
[tags]atheist, atheism, Bible, Christian[/tags]