Torbjorn Zetterlund

Mon 14 2022

#visualizing: A network map of your connection on Linkedin

by bernt & torsten

Have you wanted to visualize the data that exists on your Linkedin account, I will be showing ways how you can download your data from Linkedin and use Python Notebook to make different visualization of your LinkedIn data to get a deeper understanding of your connections and contacts.

Network Graph

A great way to visualize your connections is with a Network graph, with you in the centre node you can visualize the companies and the title of your connections, there are many other ways you can use your LinkedIn data to do visualize. Another example would be to see the social connections between you and your connections.


You can use treemapping to display hierarchical data using nested figures, usually rectangles. Here is an example of a treemap with Linkedin data to show the connections title and in which company. There are many ways you can use the data to make a treemap visualization.

Python Notebook

For you to be able to do this on your own, I have put the Python code in a Python notebook so you can try this on your own. Here is the beautiful basic Python code for Linkedin data.