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15 Effective Tools for Visual Knowledge Management

15 Effective Tools for Visual Knowledge Management
Since I started my quest a few years ago searching for the ultimate knowledge management tool, I’ve discovered a number of interesting applications that help people efficiently organize information. There certainly is no shortage of solutions for this problem domain. Many tools exist that offer the ability to discover, save, organize, search, and retrieve information. However, I’ve noticed a trend in recent years, and some newer applications are focusing more on the visual representation and relationship of knowledge. I believe this is in part due to the wider adoption of mind mapping (and concept mapping), and leveraging concepts and advances in the semantic web community. Most traditional personal knowledge management (PKM) or personal information management (PIM) applications offer the same basic set of features: These are essential features, however don’t offer too much to the more visually-inclined knowledge junkies. 15. Link: Platforms: Win, Mac, Linux Cost: Free (Open Source) 14.

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Press Space or double-click to edit Capture ideas at the speed of thought – using a mind map maker designed to help you focus on your ideas and remove all the distractions while mindmapping. Create unlimited mind maps for free, and store them in the cloud. Your mind maps are available everywhere, instantly, from any device. Brainstorm, create presentations and document outlines with mind maps, and publish your ideas online and to social networks.

View topic - Scapple Beta - New Users Please Read EDIT: Scapple is now available for purchase. Please visit the product page: Hello all, 5 Content Curation Sites for Data Visualization Jon Salm published on July 11, 2014 in Design Infographics, data visualizations, and interactive visual projects are popular for a reason. They capture imaginations, command attention, and teach new things. Above all, however, they are simply fun to look at. Das E-Business Weblog: Knowledge Management does not exist. Personal Knowledge Management does. [ English , Wissensmanagement ] After a long day of working on my BlogTalk-paper I need to vent a little on the state of "Knowledge Management". Forgive me if I sound angry or cynical. Trust me that I am still in a good mood.

The 36 best tools for data visualization It's often said that data is the new world currency, and the web is the exchange bureau through which it's traded. As consumers, we're positively swimming in data; it's everywhere from labels on food packaging design to World Health Organisation reports. As a result, for the designer it's becoming increasingly difficult to present data in a way that stands out from the mass of competing data streams. Timeline JS3 - Beautifully crafted timelines that are easy, and intuitive to use. Because there are so many details to the styling, this is not exactly simple, but, if you have some technical capacity, you can override TimelineJS's CSS rules and have complete control over the look of the timeline. For details, see Using the TimelineJS CSS selectors. You will need to be able to instantiate the Timeline in javascript on your own page.

Edit Nodes: Preview The SpicyNodes chefs are hard at work creating the next generation of interactive data experiences using SpicyNodes on the iPad. SpicyNodes excels for browsing big, related data. Imagine what it could do for your rich content about related ideas, people, apps, music, arts, sciences, business concepts, and so on. You can get a taste for the power of SpicyNodes from our proof-of-concept app, WikiNodes, which displays related Wikipedia articles using nodes.

Wikipedia Visualizations IBM: History Flow IBM: Chromogram Tod Holloway: The 'Power Struggle' in Wikipedia Yonathan Feinberg: Wordle This chart is based on the full text of the English Wikipedia article on Barack Obama (19 June 2009 18:06 GMT) The size of a word in the visualization is proportional to the number of times the word appears in the input text. Any text can function as input. personal knowledge management & wisdom PKM consists of practical methods for making sense of the increasing digital information flows around us. There is no procedural method to go from data to wisdom. On this Stephen Downes and I agree; though he thinks I adhere to the DIKW model. That said, while this is a much better model than this, I think it stays true to the original ‘filtering’ vision, where you go from data to wisdom through successive filtering processes. And while there are different ways to think of knowledge – processed, procedural, propositional – this model I think adheres to a more basic view.

An Internet and You, Me, O.S. Welcome to the Future! "UMEOS" by Xopher Dee To put your YOUniverse in your hands & pockets, or on your desk, table, or wall. We will be delivering a limited number of pocket size USB Key Drives, and All-in-One Touch Screen Desktop/Wall Computers during our marathon. A peak under the hood of the back end of UmeosSuper Powered by SuperDom 's video poster PLAY Play For nearly a decade, I have been researching and developing a way to articulate Umeos. It's been a silent pledge, where my deliberate communication has mostly been with source and trusted colleagues, keeping visions scattered across notebooks and the æther.

The Biggest Stumbling Blocks When You Start Mind Mapping Some people start mind mapping and they’re changed forever. They can’t stop raving about it. Then there’s another group of people, which you might be in. It’s the group that tries out mind mapping, but finds there’s something not quite working for them. Visualizing Tables and Tabular Data with Circos Circos can be used to turn tables into images. Transform boring tables into informative and visually compelling datagraphics! And, do so quickly with the online version of Circos. In this approach, the table's columns and rows are represented by segments around the circle. Individual cells are shown as ribbons, which connect the corresponding row and column segments (more details). ▴ The table is drawn with its rows and columns as segments along the edge of the circle and with cells represented by ribbons proportional in width to the value in the cell.

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