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Crawling a website produces a ton of data. Data visualizations help you interpret that data and translate it into meaning - something which Sitebulb is set up specifically to help you with, which it achieves through plentiful graphs and charts:
Sitebulb even offers insight into website architecture itself, via Crawl Maps, which provide an intuitive, interactive visualization of website structure. Crawl Maps make it easy to comprehend fairly complex ideas, and also to explain and demonstrate these ideas to others.
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