[Air-l] Document History visualization

Ellis Godard egodard at csun.edu
Wed Mar 30 13:02:51 PST 2005


Interesting freeware tool, from IBM and noted on /. yesterday, that users
Java to analyze collaboratively authored and edited documents like wikis (or
any complex document developed over time) in a visual representation.

>History Flow Shows How Wiki Articles Evolve
>     from the shows-border-wars-between-wiki-thugs dept.
>     posted by Zonk on Monday March 28, @00:43 (News)
>     http://science.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=05/03/28/054225
>
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>http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/historyflow
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>http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/screenshots/4985F7ED629EE82D88256FC700764
>E11/$FILE/historyflow03.jpg
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>What is History Flow Visualization?
>History Flow Visualization is a tool for visualizing dynamic, evolving
>documents and the interactions of multiple collaborating authors. The 
>application includes online help, as well as a plug-in for retrieving the 
>history of a given page from any MoinMoin "wiki." ("Wikis" are Web sites 
>that are freely editable by anyone who visits them.)
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