Mapping Tweets with … jsPlumb

One of today’s additions to Mind-Mapping.Org is a web site, the other a tool for web builders.  And the first is built with the second.


Key a search term into TweetPlumb and it will pull out recent tweets that match the term, analyse them, and show you how they are connected with extracted terms and Tweeple.

See it on line here and try it with your own search terms.


jsPlumb is a development component that allows the construction of visual networks from dynamic, on-line information, in a browser window.  In other words, it is for web developers, not a stand alone program.

You’ve seen it in action in a real application already above.  There is a demo you can try, showing several different uses and one you can change on line yourself.

This is for web developers, it is not a stand alone program. TwitterPlumb is available for you to explore now though.


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DIY Chart and TreeGX

I have just added an online chart maker and a mind map building component for developers to

DIY Chart

DIY (Do it yourself) Chart is a web-based tool that lets users make charts from static or dynamic data.  It operates on-line and responds dynamically to changes in the data, without a need to reload the web page.  These are just a few of the chart-styles available:

The charts/graphs can be generated using any scripting language.   And you can embed charts in web pages much as you do with YouTube videos  – by just pasting in HTML code.


TreeGX is a WinForms component for VS.NET developers to embed in their products, when they want to represent tree or outline-format phrases in a mind map or bubble diagram format.  It is not a stand-alone product.

The web site says “Visualize decision trees, create mind maps and more”.


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