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Graphical View "mindmap" for articles relationships

PostPosted: 2015-02-19 00:14
by shenri
Dear Citavi developers,

I really like the work and professionalism of you and I would like to contribute more with suggestions.
With the ability to link articles, the Citavi gained a powerful tool for building references that help the researcher to understand academic debates. Something that is very well documented at the link http://www.citavi.com/sub/manual4/en/

However, in huge citations database, again the interface becomes counter-intuitive to the final user.
My suggestion is: to implement a graphical view of these links, in order to allow an article, and its derivatives or related works, to be intuitively understood in a "mindmap" graph, such as a "tree of articles". In the same way, the user should be able to create new relationships between Articles, graphical and intuitively.

Again, all the best to the Citavi's team.

Re: Graphical View "mindmap" for articles relationships  Topic is solved

PostPosted: 2015-02-19 15:53
by Sebastian Pabel
Hello, shenri,

this feature is already on our wish list. I can't say right now if and when we can implement it.

Kind regards
Sebastian

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