How to Split Up the US using Facebook


Wed, Mar 31st, 2010 21:00 by capnasty NEWS

Peter Warden has compiled the publicly available data from Facebook users and was surprised by the patterns that emerged. His latest visualization shows the information by location, with connections drawn between places that share friends. For example, a lot of people in LA have friends in San Francisco, so there's a line between them. Read here his entire analysis.



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