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The collective effervescence of social media production has been enjoying a great deal of success in recent years. The hundred of millions of users who are actively participating in the Social Web are exposed to ever-growing amounts of sites, relationships, and information. In this paper, we report part of the efforts towards the realization of a Web Observatory at the L3S Research Center (www.L3S.de). In particular, we present our approach based on Living Analytics methods, whose main goal isdoi:10.1145/2487788.2488169 dblp:conf/www/Diaz-Aviles13 fatcat:woxilu7ahnanpasywnsjnus5wy