ConnectedText is one of the most complete solutions for a desktop wiki. ConnectedText is the perfect tool for a user to consolidate all their "stuff" in one easily accessible place.
Qualitative Data Analysis Software
Automatic creation of table of contents for a topic
Tables and bulleted lists
Support for GIF, PNG, JPEG and BMP images, with resizing and positioning (see screen shot)
Support for Flash animations and AVI, MP4, WMV and MPEG movies.
Five levels of headers which can be collapsed/expanded.
Text effects: bold, italic, underwrite, strike through, etc
URL, mail and file linking
Allows inclusion of a topic inside other, even from other projects
Links between projects
Automatic URL detection
Special category topics
Mathematical formulas rendered using LaTeX (see screen shot)
Rename or delete any topic with automatic change of references
Inline styles to improve text appearance
Topics can have an associated icon
Topics can be locked to prevent editing
Topics can be redirected
Include information dynamically from external sources using plugins
Topic templates can be created
Plugins for chart and graph generation (see screen shot).
Allows inclusion of HTML code inside topics
Semantic extensions for topic attributes
Automatic cross-reference of properties and attributes
Inclusion of topic attributes enabling the creation of Infoboxes
Macros for inclusion
Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)
ConnectedText is one of the most complete solutions for a desktop wiki. ConnectedText is the perfect tool for a user to consolidate all their “stuff” in one easily accessible place. It has powerful tools to collect, connect, understand and retrieve this information. It is easy to import one’s information into ConnectedText. And should a user ever decide to discontinue use of ConnectedText, their information can be easily and reliably exported to text or HTML so that a user is not locked into a proprietary data scheme. ConnectedText is much more than a personal information system. It is designed for storing, locating, and navigating information, and it has many tools it provides for this. With the tremendous quantity of information available nowadays, a tool like ConnectedText is important and necessary. Its links provide the beginning for connecting user information, but they are only the beginning.
Working in ConnectedText is a joy. There is no need to learn difficult commands or formatting options. Users don’t need HTML tags but just to type their text using simple rules in the true wiki way. All text is rendered using cascading style sheets (CSS). The sheets can be changed any time and users can even create additional styles for their own purposes (though users do not have to do so by any means). And with the Navigator, a consumer can see what the relationships are between topics in graphical way, which gives a global view of the stored information. Every revision of a topic a user makes is stored, so they can trace back their changes, allowing one to see how their work evolved. A user can even compare any two revisions to see what changed between them. A complete difference tool is included.