Textexture – Visualize Any Text as a Network

We have just launched our new project Textexture.Com which enables you to visualize any text as a network. You can add a text file, a URL, a PDF document or anything else and quickly see the graph visualization of the text’s meaning structure. The difference from tag cloud tools is that Textexture shows you not only the mostly frequently mentioned words, but also how they relate to each other. This enables you to have a more precise understanding of the text’s underlying pathways for meaning circulation and have a better representation of its structure.

We will be writing more about this new exciting tool later, for now we invite you to try it out. You will need to create an account, and please be aware that this is a beta version, so it might have a lot of bugs, which we welcome you to submit to us.


Try InfraNodus Text Network Visualization Tool developed by Nodus Labs. You can use it to make sense of disjointed bits and pieces of information, get visual summaries for text documents, and generate insight for your research process: www.infranodus.com

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