A simple word vector visualization thing. Click in the text input box at the top and start typing. The shapes are 50-point curves drawn around the perimeter of a circle, with the distance from the center determined by the values for each dimension in the word's corresponding GloVe vector. The idea is that words with similar shapes will have similar meanings. (Try typing groups of words with related meanings, like the months of the year or kinds of animals.)

Note: This experiment only includes vectors for the most frequent 25,000 English words. Words that aren't in the vocabulary will be drawn as small plain circles. Everything you type is converted to lower case and punctuation is automatically removed.

Created by Allison Parrish (@aparrish on Twitter).