So I knocked up a quick PythonLanguage /Script to pull it in and count the number of inlinks to each page.
Here's the link to see a list of ThoughtStorms pages sorted by number of inlinks (A kind of primitive PageRank) : http://www.nooranch.com/synaesmedia/wiki/wikan.cgi
You can point the script at any other wiki that spits out TGWB format too. Use CGI parameters like those in the examples below. (NB : change to wikan2 for a very baddly drawn frequency graph.)
- BillSeitz's wiki : http://www.nooranch.com/synaesmedia/wiki/wikan.cgi?siteName=WebSeitz&domain=webseitz.fluxent.com&path=/wiki/webseitzwiki-tg.txt&wikiUrl=http://webseitz.fluxent.com/wiki/
** see also : BillSeitz:WikiNameNetwork
- [http://www.nooranch.com/synaesmedia/wiki/wikan.cgi?siteName=AnandBhatt&domain=ab-a.net&path=?action=tgwb&wikiUrl=http://ab-a.net/index.cgi? Anand Bhatt]
[?MoinMoin http://www.nooranch.com/synaesmedia/wiki/wikan.cgi?siteName=MoinMoin&domain=moinmoin.wikiwikiweb.de&path=?action=links&mimetype=text/plain&wikiUrl=http://moinmoin.wikiwikiweb.de/ ?MoinMoin]] but the MoinMoin output doesn't look right. Any suggestions?
But these have a link-base which are wrapped in anchors so screw up at the moment, will fix.
I wonder what else we can look at.
And here is ThoughtStorms indexed together with it's environment - that is you can search all the pages that are linked to from ThoughtStorms (together with the pages in the wiki): http://zby.aster.net.pl/search/bookmark/?&tags=thoughtstorms
Wow! That's actually quite spooky. It's sort of the Kirlian photography of search isn't it? You get to see the aura around ThoughtStorms when you search for a term. I think I'm going to add a search box to it here. :-)
There is one undocumented feature - '!' in entry fields works as negation. So for example to see where 'PhilJones' is mentioned on the pages you link to you can search like this:
See also :
More wiki analysis : HistoryFlow