Scatter.FM

What it does

Plot all of your scrobbles on one graph. See your entire listening history.

Remember good times from the past: using Scatter.FM, I'm reminded of parties where my iPod DJ’d, study sessions leading up to exams, late night hacking sessions, roadtrips, holidays (sparse areas on the graph), and times overseas (the graph is time-shifted).

Scatter.FM extracts the list of songs you’ve listened to from Last.fm’s
servers, and plots every song on a scatterplot, so you can see how your
listening habits evolve over time.

Scatter.FM plots every song in a Last.fm user’s account as a dot in a graph, plotted by days (x-axis) and time of day (y-axis).

You can hover over any point to see information about the song, the exact time you listened to it, and album art. The graph will show you other times you played the same song by flashing the other dots of the same song.

Your top artists are assigned distict colors so they stand out, and you can
filter the displayed data by artist, album, and track using the ‘Filter
Songs’ box at the top.


I hope you enjoy! This has been a fun project, and helped bring back memories of a lot of good times. Hopefully it can do the same for other people.

How to get it?

Available at: http://markhansen.co.nz/scatter.fm

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