known as Kdissert) is a mindmapping-like tool to help students to
produce complicated documents very quickly and efficiently, including
presentations, dissertations, thesis, reports.
A mindmap is a multicolored and image centered radial diagram
that represents semantic or other connections between portions of
learned material. For example, it can graphically illustrate the
structure of a thesis outline, a project plan, or the government
institutions in a state. Mindmaps have many applications in personal,
family, educational, and business situations. Possibilities include
note-taking, brainstorming, summarizing, revising and general
clarifying of thoughts.
Though this application shares some similarities with
general-purpose mindmapping tools like FreeMind
Your Mind, the primary aim of Semantik is to create
documents, not mindmaps.
- Easy to user interface
- A tree view with integrated search
- Export in several common formats
- Add text and attachments for each item
- Add diagrams
- Supports pictures
- Features several document generators: LaTeX reports, LaTex
slides (based on Prosper and Beamer), OpenOffice.org documents, HTML,
and plain text.
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Semantik also features in our 'Linux
Equivalents to Windows Software' section. The category
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