Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Word Clouds with Tagxedo

I've been playing with word clouds with Tagxedo. In a word cloud, you paste paragraphs (or a web page) into a website such as Tagxedo or Wordle. The site creates a graphic, showing the words used most often as the largest. Tagxedo also lets you pour those words into a shape, as I've done above. I used the words from last August's posts on Gardening with Binoculars. I uploaded a some clipart from Free Butterfly Clipart and followed the instructions on Tagxedo's blog to create this graphic. Move your mouse over the words and they become links. Cool!

Unfortunately this graphic doesn't show up when I use Safari on my laptop, although it does on my desktop machine. Here's a static image of it you're seeing blank space above. For more information about Wordle and Tagxedo, check my other blog, Ed Tech Training Wheels.


  1. Dear Anne, what a great result! I love the cloud you created and didn't know about the existence of this website. I'm going to try it too! Well done!

  2. This is so cool...I will have to try it! I like putting in my favorite words and watching what happens. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Nice! thanks for the heads-up on this site. So creative!

  4. Nice Post!

    Very informative and I love your post so much.
    I will follow your instruction in future. I have a website about garden, I share my post on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google Plus. But I could not found enough visitors. Can you tell me! How can I get much visitors.

    Thanks For Sharing With Us.