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Visualization: Genesis Word Trees

From Many Eyes (Java required), a word tree of “God said” from Genesis:

Many Eyes is a data-visualization site. They just introduced a word-tree visualization, which takes a body of text and lets you find phrases surrounding a word. One of the creators of the site uploaded this data set for Genesis (KJV). Create your own visualizations (like the one above) from this data at the site.

An interesting addition would be to let you enter more than one node. For example, entering “God” and “Abraham” would show you all the different words and phrases that connect those two words.

One Response to “Visualization: Genesis Word Trees”

  1. […] The first is called the Bible Word Locator, and it comes from (These are the same folks who brought us the Bible Geocoding, which we blogged about back in March.) It’s helpful tool that allows you to see in a snapshot where a word occurs throughout the entire Bible. Once you visualize your search, it’s fun to try to figure out the context of the occurrences. Give it a try! […]