Know how you go to Wikipedia to look something up like "History of Italy", but spend hours clicking around and reading about Pizza instead? Turns out you're not the only one.
This site shows the clickstream data across English Wikipedia for March 2016. On startup, a random article from a small list is selected, but all the articles in the dataset are available when you search or click.
The wedges on the left are 'incoming' links to a given article; that is, the page people visited before the article in the middle. The wedges on the right are 'outgoing' links; the links people clicked on next.
The bigger the wedge, the more people clicked through that particular path. Hovering over the wedge shows the exact number of people recorded clicking through. The darker the wedge, the more linked views that article had overall.
If you click on the text of a wedge, or change the text at the top left and click 'Go!', you'll navigate over to that article's incoming and outgoing clickstream information.
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