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DoodleBuzz is worth taking a look at. A very different way of interacting with textual data (annotated with concepts).
[thanks to IanG for the tip.]
September 24, 2008 in datamining, dataviz, text mining | Permalink
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I'm wishing I had a pen/tablet so that I could write, or draw, and see what calligraphics DoobleBuzz helps create.
I tried spelling a word*, and tried to draw the outline of San Francisco, with streets laid as headlines.
* see http://www.nunovo.org.uk/journals/annex/?p=160
"Doodlebuzz Is Fun"
September 25, 2008 at 04:47 PM
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