Inspiration and references

Here are some examples that may be helpful when looking for visualization angles.

RomeoJuliet-wordle
Wordle text cloud:
http://www.wordle.net/create

Complex-Wordles
More complex Wordle analysis tool:
http://voyant-tools.org/

Faust text according to word frequency:
http://www.esono.com/boris/projects/faust/

Posavec
Stefanie Posavec: On The Map.
Many quantitative visualizations of Jack Kerouac’s On The Road:
http://www.notcot.com/archives/2008/04/stefanie-posave.php

RomeoJuliet-Networked
Romeo and Juliet as network:
http://cs.stanford.edu/people/emmap1/visualizations/shakespeare/combined.html
Relationship-graphRomeoJuliet-scheme-relations
These nodes as text file:
http://cs.stanford.edu/people/emmap1/visualizations/shakespeare/new_romeo_and_juliet.json

Shakespeare-commonwords
Most used words per character:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterpaulrubens/sets/72157624627941584/with/4848600769/

Bible-ReferencesArcs
The Bible visualized in 10 different ways:
http://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/gallery/2013/sep/05/holy-infographics-bible-visualised

Wonderland-emojis
Text of Alice in Wonderland as emoji:
http://www.joe-hale.com/Wonderland-1

TextVIz
A Visual Survey of Text Visualization Techniques
[Mostly academic articles]
http://textvis.lnu.se/
Phonetic-Semantic-Poetry-mapping

RomeoJuliet-EmotionAnalysisRomeoJuliet-emotions1
Analysis of the emotional charge per word.

RomeoJuliet-LineCount2
A count of the exchanged lines can also reveal a lot

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