In Web Historian the Time Heatmap can help you understand how you are using your time online. You can see the time and day of the week when you tend to use the web more heavily, and delve in to see which sites you were visiting at particular times with a right-click. This could help[…]
One of the best features of WebHistorian is that you can learn more about your web browsing through different lenses. When navigating your own specific bubble chart users can choose to look at web site visits through the “all visits” tab, and the “daily habits” tab. So it’s important to understand the difference between total[…]
Dr. Ericka Menchen-Trevino will give a presentation at the Association of Internet Researchers conference entitled “Using web browsing histories to facilitate multi-method research.” This presentation will explain the methodological innovations of the web historian project for internet research. These include the use of data visualization to enable informed consent, the ability to collect self-reported and[…]
We are happy to announce that Ericka Menchen-Trevino’s paper “Web Historian: Enabling multi-method and independent research with real-world web browsing history data” will be presented as a poster at iConference 2016 in Philadelphia, and the associated short paper will be published in the conference proceedings. Below is the abstract, and this is a link to[…]
The Web Historian website is re-launching with a new theme. Over the next few days we will reload (and update) the previous content in the new format. Over the next few months we will add a full online demo of the visualizations, as well as an updated video and our very own Web Historian Twitter account.