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Post New Requests Here / IDEA: Browser history as a tree/graph
« on: March 04, 2011, 11:56 AM »
It would be extremely valuable to have a visualization of the tree or graph of links that took you from where you chose to start, to where you are now. Sort of like a mind map. The usual chronological or alphabetical linear history list is much less useful.

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This is one of my pet peeves because its something that academia should fund.. It's too big a job for me to work on without pay unfortunately.

Most of the academics I know use TeX and bibTeX.

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Zotero does now have word integration. We are calling it an "alpha," but it works fine in my experience; read more here: http://www.zotero.or...d-integration-alpha/

Doesn't seem to support IEEE and ACM formats so many of CS and EE types can't use it.

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I realize they are more than word processors, but the review mentioned issues that FrameMaker 7.2 and TeX/WinEDT handle much better than the word processor products do. For academics and others who write large complex documents, Word is beyond painful, and FrameMaker 7.2 is a breeze. Obviously TeX/WinEDT is just about mandatory for documents having nontrivial mathematical content.

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