The networks contain a huge amount of metadata regarding over 70,000 leaked emails. It includes, for instance, a list of their contacts and the number of sent and received emails.
Each network on the site is presented in the form of circles that mark people and lines that show links between them. The color and size of circles show the contact frequency between collaborators over the time.
The site grants anyone the opportunity to search through Clinton’s email history, learning her inner circle and the contents of controversial communications.
New WikiLeaks dumps are continuing to emerge. On Thursday, the whistleblowing publisher released the 28th batch of emails linked to John Podesta, long standing aide of the Clinton family.
And the MIT team is working to update their outlet with new data. The last leak was added to the site October 30, according to the project developers.