Comes in 3 parts:
For starters it tells me I have 57 tags used in 1390 posts.
Hover over a tag and it will tell you % used in your account and related to % of tags
eg. km used for 3, related to 10% of tags
If you click on the tag it will become a circle in the middle of your page
…the size of the tags depends on the number of bookmarks it holds.
Drag the tag to a catcher on the bottom of the page, and click the circle
…now you will see a list of related tags on the left, and in the middle that same list is represented, the related tags (appearing also as circles), surrounding the tag (middle circle) in question.
If you click on the same tag again, the tags are related by distance (the closer circles means they are frequently used together when tagging a bookmark).
The more stuff you click the more sohisticated the visual becomes, I’m not to sure about my way around here, click the help link to see if you can make sense of it…let me know.
The weighted (heavily used) tags are of a dark font on the white background.
Hover over a tag and the related tags will turn blue.
Click on a tag and it will appear in the box below, and now the tag will be red, with related tags light red.
Click “hide-non related” to get rid of the non-related tags.
If you click on “filter by posts” a graph appears, with the number of bookmarks for that tag, now when you slide the x axis from 1 to n (cuurent total number of bookmarks with that tag), you will see the related bookmarks appearing or disappearing in the background.
Again click help for more, I’m not used to visual networks, maybe someone else can give a better explanation.
Tag set is listed in 3 groups:
Commonly used (for the rest)
Again if you hover the mouse over a tag, the related tags (across all groups) are highlighted.
Drag a tag out of a box and create your own group box
…drag other tags into the group, or on the right side of the new box are some icons (drag your page to the left to see them), here you can auto-add related tags.
Read help for more..I really need more time and guidance to get used to these visual representations.
Here is a 40 page PDF explaining revealicious (if you can understand French)…if anyone can translate this, please let me know.
Other visual tools for del.icio.us:
…my favourite has to be delicious soup.
Check out the Solutions Watch post for more.