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### User Story
[comment]: # (As a , I want to so that .)
As an ethereum user, I want a gas guzzler explorer in gitcoin.co/gas, so I can explore the topology of the networks of gas explorers.
### Why Is this Needed
[comment]: # (Describe the problem and why this task is needed. Provide description of the current state, what you would like to happen, and what actually happen)
https://gitcoin.co/gas/guzzlers Does a good job of showing the top gas guzzlers on the Ethereum Blockchain, but I dont have any good way of drilling down on any specific gas guzzler, to visualize what their network looks like.
[comment]: # (Feature or Bug? i.e Type: Bug)
### Current Behavior
[comment]: # (Describe what actually happened.)
No Gas Guzzler Explorer, but there are some custom analysises on a per-gas crisis basis:
### Expected Behavior
[comment]: # (Describe what you expected to happen.)
Gas Guzzler Explorer that allows a user to
1. type in an ethereum address
2. visualize their transactions to other Ethereum addresses, over time, in a graph format.
In this graph format, each node will be an address, and each edge will be a transactiont between them.
When I click on a node, I want to see a little flyout that shows the address and the number of transactions in the last 24 hours.
I suggest building this in D3.js ( we already have some nice graph format visualizations on gitcoin.co/results near the bottom built with this tool ), and using ETHSql (or equivilent; see [this list](https://twitter.com/owocki/status/1027938253297438720) for a crowdsourced list of providers )
Here is an example of a graph chart. In this example, each node is a user of Gitcoin, and edges are the bounties they've done. The graph grows over time as more users join the network and do bounties.