Hey all - Thanks a lot for your comments and great ideas: they are highly usefull to Pearltrees.
Some of the features you suggest are already in development such as what you call "auto-split" (nice name, btw :-)) and "auto-sort" restriction.
You can also find someone's teams list by clicking on the number of teams she has in her profile (could be made more obvious, though).
Please do not hesitate to send your feedbacks / ideas at participation -at- pearltrees.com. We really take the time to read every feedback mail and we make sure every new feature suggestion is proprely assessed.
Have fun! by Jun 8
Great links ! You guys should team up on my Data Visualization 2 http://pear.ly/luBz
I think it's one of the largest here . by Jun 1
Ok well I did not find the graphics page from 10 or so yrs ago maybe it justgot dropped. Though IO did find enough pearls to start another parent tree under graphics. Stop by and see what you think. Happy pearling L8trs by Jun 1
It is a graphic ontology (without the assertions and the logic inference part), it is amazing, it has meronyms, hypernims, etc ... and all you can see visually, these is very usefull for me cause I do work in NLP. I just read it is based on wordnet, I supposed that before, but now it is confirmed. wordnet is the most complete repository of information about words from the english language and their relationships, I did use it. by May 31
Think map seems to let you do amazing stuff, but the point is that you can not learn how to use all the tools, you should pick a couple to stick with, I am open to recomendations about which ones to use, I do use processing, matlab, and many libraries from different programming languages such as R and python. by May 31
The link you sent me is great, it has lots of interesting things, many I knew, and many others I did not, I could collaborate adding more data here, I am new to pearltrees, are these shared links? can I be part of the team? by the way let me tell you that I am a programmer, and I do use many tools to program visualizations, I mainly did it for business data, but now I want to explore doing it with thing I want to such as twitter hashtags evolution and how related are their meaning. by May 31
timespaces: I would love to see the url if you find it. by May 31
Interesting the program I'm interested in writing will involve interacting with colored objects. I used to know of some site long ago that involved object interactions. That was about 14 yrs ago and I do not remember the url. The other option is to look at the oldest 3d universe on the net. active worlds. There you can interact with objects even change them.
If I find that other site I'll send the url to you.
Happy Pearling l8trs by May 30
I am glad you guys liked also the other link, I am in the middle of doing a project that needs an interesting interfaze, so if anybody knows a beautiful site where you interact with colored objects that move (preferably fall) and do other weird things please send the links to me. Also If you think you know a very original visualization of textual data.
Thanks a lot by May 30
dszusz, very interesting, I just watched it carefully today, I never head that kind of idelology, besides the guy is a great speaker. Thanks for introducing it to me. by May 30