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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

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

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