Text network visualization can be useful for better understanding long texts or getting a different perspective on your writing and research.
The graph will quickly show the main topics, how they are related, as well as the structural gaps in the discourse to give you some hints to develop it further.
To visualize a new text or a document:
+add new graph, give a name to your new text and click the
Alternatively, you can go directly to InfraNodus Apps and then click the
Advanced Import app button:
+ Filebutton at the
editpane at the bottom left. If you don’t see the edit pane, click the
show statementsbutton at the top right corner:
Choose fileto select the file you want to visualize from your disk, check that it’s a
Graphmenu at the top left and also minimize the
editpane by clicking the minimize icon:
doiin this example above (it’s a scientific paper, so these words are often mentioned but are not relevant), plus the name of the author. In order to do it, click on the nodes and add them into the stopwords list:
Essencepane at the top to see the most important keywords and topical clusters in this document: