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DebateGraph is an award-winning, web-platform for visualizing and sharing networks of thought – and opening reasoning and action to collaborative learning and iterative improvement.Create your own maps and explore and contribute to maps created by amongst others: CNN, the White House, the UK Prime Minister's Office, The Independent, and the Foreign Office. DebateGraph is being used in over 100 countries and helping people reason and learn together more effectively in many different fields, including: education, health, governance, media, publishing, environment, conflict resolution, conferences, group facilitation, and public consultation and planning.There's no limit to the number of people who can collaborate on maps, and you are welcome to start building and sharing public and private maps on any topic now. Copyright © 2014 Thoughtgraph Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Registration No: 0584316 VAT No: 994672852. Terms & Privacy (including our Cookie Policy).

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Dynamic network graphs On Twitter, @GiftedPhoenix asked about similar applications to TouchGraph recently, and this seemed like a good time to gather together information on the variety of applications in the special niche of network graphs. TouchGraph is a fascinating application that pulls information from Google on a given topic and builds a network graph or diagram of the result, dynamically as you watch. Others based on a similar idea of mapping relationships are Debategraph, InFlow, LinksViewer, Mentionmap, NodeXL, VisualThesaurus, Visuwords. They all bring insights that you would never have a hope of gaining with searches or spreadsheets. Debategraph About The Author My name is Rebecca Turner. I'm a self taught lucid dreamer since I was 14 years old. Discovering lucid dreaming was a life-changing process - it evolved my perception of reality and human consciousness. I've been "waking up in my dreams" ever since those early teenage years.

Open-Source Argument Mapping The latest version of Argunet features new tools that make it easier to organize the debates and to search through debates located on the Argunet-server or on your computer. To help you organize your work you can label the debates using private and non private tags and search for existing debates using a search-engine. The label-feature [...] The latest version of Argunet fastens Client-Server communication. Debategraph Debategraph is a web-based, collaborative idea visualization tool, focusing on complex public policy issues. It has been used by the White House,[1] the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office,[2] the Amanpour series on CNN,[3] and The Independent newspaper[4] and was named as one of the Best Websites for Teaching and Learning by the American Association of School Librarians in 2010.[5] Debategraph is a social venture operating under a CC-BY-SA 3.0 license[citation needed]. History[edit] See also[edit]

Powerful Open Source Data Visualization plugins – Part 1 Analyzing data online can be a tedious task & when you have tons of data to share online – it could be challenging to make it readable & at the same time interesting for the user to understand the data. In such scenarios data visualization plugins can come in handy to visually represent your data to the user than just presenting it as plain numbers. The main goal of data visualization is to communicate information clearly and effectively through graphical means. There are numerous Javascript plugins on the web which can help in presenting your data in multiple formats & at the same time make it interactive for the user to digest the info being shared easily. Find below are few hand picked data visualization plugins build using javascript frameworks which can make your life easier by presenting the data much more visually. #1.

11 Free Mind Mapping Applications & Web Services Mind mapping is a way of taking notes, capturing ideas, exploring concepts and breaking down information into a more readily understood format. It’s a place where visual representations and written representations of things merge to create something that is more natural to the mind; it works with and represents the way we think, where as paragraph-based text is not representative of the thought process at all. There are a million and one uses for mind mapping. You can use it to study for a big exam. You can use it brainstorm new article ideas, or flesh out what needs to be covered in the business plan for a new venture. You can organize a big move of house; heck, I’ve seen people use the mind map format for their daily to-do lists (each to their own, eh?).

FreeMind As with other mind mapping software packages, FreeMind allows the user to edit a hierarchical set of ideas around a central concept. The non-linear approach assists in brainstorming new outlines and projects as ideas are added around the mind map.[2] As a Java application, FreeMind is portable across multiple platforms and retains the same user interface, causing some amount of variation from the common interface on each platform. Mac users may notice the most difference from their traditional user interface, but a MacWorld reviewer says the software's features should still appeal to the segment of users who accept function over form.[5]

Data Visualization Framework Framework Expressive Axiis gives developers the ability to expressively define their data visualizations through concise and intuitive markup. Axiis has been designed with a specific focus on elegant code, where your code can be just as beautiful as your visual output. Concise Support » How to delete 3400 spam comments? Okay, I hate bumping this very old thread but I have a huge problem. Recently, my site got infected with a javascript worm and my host (ipowerweb) proved to be very incompetent at fixing my problem. Also, I host alot of blogs, most of them belonging to my friends. 15 Great Mindmapping Tools and Apps Mindmapping is the process of drawing up diagrams that show relations between various ideas, tasks or information. For many of us this shows to actually be a way of taking notes that can be more useful than just writing down keywords or sentences like we do on a to-do list. By drawing mind maps you actually visualize your tasks and how each task can influence each other in a better way, making your brain remember more easily and/or come up with new ideas. The Tools

Mindomo Mindomo is an online mind map Software where users can create, view and share mind maps in their browser.[1] Mindomo is offering the basic services for free, while charging for advanced features. Unregistered users can view the mind maps, while registered users are permitted to create and share mind maps. The free version limits the number of private maps to three and disables some special features like spell checking. Mindomo was first available in February 2007.

News New Release 2.38 (13 April 2014) The dot program now supports packing of connected components the same way of the other layout tools. (7 March 2014)

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