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Example: Amazon.com bestseller categories network graph analysis

Network graph analysis of Amazon.com top-level categories

Network graph analysis of Amazon.com top-level categories. Aggregated from 42,795 categories top 100 consisting of 3,367,975 bestsellers made up of 2,090,907 unique products. The thickness of a link shows how many bestsellers sold across two top-level categories. The colour (blue to red) and size of a label show how central, i.e. connected a category is. For example, there is a strong connection between the books, digital-texts and audible categories, or between sporting-goods and fashion. (Based on data collected in early May 2022.)

Read more about this in the related blog post Amazon bestsellers are big data.