[Video] Wikipedia Edits During the Arab Spring

Here’s a dynamic visualisation of the Wikipedia edits during the Middle-East protests (December 1st to February 20th, 2011). The edits are color-coded by type, with the orange-red lines indicating changes that added to a page whereas the purple lines indicate changes that removed text from a page.

Further information at: Visual Complexity.

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Post Under Social Media, Video October 20, 2011

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