Citegraph is a tool that visually represents the connections between your legal search results. The database currently includes a little over 3000 U.S. Supreme Court and federal circuit cases, with more cases added each day. Once you enter a search term, Citegraph retrieves all the matching cases. The cases are displayed as circles, and the lines between the cases are citations from one case to another. The case circles differ in their size and color depending on the number of citations to those cases in your search results. Mouse over a circle to highlight all the connected cases and display the case name. Click on the circle to lock the highlighted area. The Help section of the website describes additional functions. The visual representation allows you to see the relative importance of various cases to your legal research.