Network visualization of US input/output tables. Width of edges represents flow of intermediate inputs between industries, and size of nodes represents value added by industry. Shown: agriculture, mining, construction, manufacturing, wholesale trade, retail trade, transportation, information, finance/insurance/real estate, professional/business services, education/health services, recreation/accommodation/food service, and government. Note that utilities and "other services" are not included in the visualization due to small inter-industry flows. Data source: Bureau of Economic Analysis.