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Collection of Tools/Sites to Create Tag Cloud

Collection of Tools/Sites to Create Tag Cloud
A compilation of tools, sites and code snippets to create tag cloud: ZoomClouds : create a tag cloud using any RSS feed. Using a small snippet code embed the cloud on any web page (e.g. Tagline Generator : a simple PHP codebase that lets you generate chronological tag clouds from simple text data sources (e.g: US Presidential Speeches Tag Cloud ) TagCrowd : web-based tag cloud generator. IBM Many Eyes : The Many Eyes tag cloud can show one of two kinds of data: free text, or a two-column table of tags and numbers. ToCloud : It has a page to cloud tool which takes a URL and creates a tag cloud from it. ZoomTags : you can put small (or large) tag clouds on your web page and earn revenue from your web site Cloud Control for ASP.NET Tag Cloud Builder : cut and paste the text to be clouded and create the cloud. Ultimate Tag Warrior 3 : for Wordpress How To Make a Tag Cloud using CFML Tagcloud Font Distributor : assign font sizes to tags based on their counts (PHP based) Building a tag cloud in Java Related:  Web2tools

online graphical dictionary and thesaurus Visuwords™ online graphical dictionary — Look up words to find their meanings and associations with other words and concepts. Produce diagrams reminiscent of a neural net. Learn how words associate. Enter words into the search box to look them up or double-click a node to expand the tree. Click and drag the background to pan around and use the mouse wheel to zoom. It's a dictionary! Visuwords™ uses Princeton University’s WordNet, an opensource database built by University students and language researchers. The Visuwords™ Interface To use the applet you only need to type a word into the search query at the top of the page and press 'Enter'. You can zoom the model in and out by rolling the wheel on your mouse. Understanding the links between Synsets "is a kind of" — hyponym/hypernym pair With regards to "wheat" and "grain", we see a cyan link from "wheat" pointing towards "grain" we can understand this to mean that wheat "is a kind of" grain.

Guide to Twitter in the K-8 Classroom  Twitter, without a doubt, has become the social network for educators to take their professional development into their own hands. Twitter allows teachers to connect with other educators from around the world, join discussions related to their interests and have a steady stream of resources (to help them teach and learn) available to them whenever, whereever and however. Creating a network on Twitter has catapulted educators to be part of a connected world where learning happens anytime, help is only a tweet away, collaboration partners meet and communicate, conversations that directly or indirectly impact their physical lives take place 24/7. So the next question is… How do you bring Twitter into your K-8 Classroom? If your students are under the age of 13, they cannot create their own Twitter account (Minimum Age Restriction). Take a look at the following guide I created to help you think of a few ideas to use Twitter in your classroom and how to introduce tweeting to your students: 3.

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