We will develop a space for collective knowledge organisation and exploration, connecting researchers, students, librarians, journalists, practitioners and citizens - openknowledgemaps.org
VIMEO 188647919 Vision for collaborative editing in Open Knowledge Maps. We will develop a space for collective knowledge organisation and exploration, connecting researchers, students, librarians, journalists, practitioners and citizens.
# Example maps
The ain software called Head Start,is a web-based knowledge mapping software intended to give researchers a head start on their literature review (hence the name).
- Code on github
It comes with a powerful backend that is is capable of automatically producing knowledge maps from a variety of data, including text, metadata and references- github
- Interactive, web-based knowledge maps based on D3.js, following Shneiderman's principle of "overview first, zoom and filter, then details-on-demand" - Synchronized list representation of documents complementing the knowledge map - Integrated PDF viewer and annotation tool, courtesy of Hypothes.is (software) - Powerful server component written in PHP and R for the creation of knowledge maps, including algorithms for clustering, ordination and labelling - Connectors to a number of academic search engines through rOpenSci, including BASE, PubMed, PLOS and DOAJ Persistence and versioning system based on SQLite
There are some frontends written in VueJs and React.
VIMEO 254703231 Interface Demo: Open Knowledge Maps. This video shows the basic functionality of Open Knowledge Maps using the example of sustainable development goals.
# See also