Monday, November 06, 2006

Visual Thesaurus - Seeing The Connections

What if you could see the connections between words? Visual Thesaurus is a cross between a thesaurus and a computer mind mapping program.



Who uses a product like this? Advertisers, writers, word junkies or those that want to build their crossword/anagram skills.

You can try out the program by typing a word at the top of the web page. The results will be displayed with the links to the associations with the word in question. In addition to the program this website contains

Virtual Thesaurus can be rotated to show 3D views of the relationship with other words, additional languages and access to the magazine articles that are teased on the front page.
These features are not available in the online sample version.

This is not a free program. There are purchase options. You can buy the program or purchase a monthly subscription access online. http://www.visualthesaurus.com

2 comments:

Lexipedia said...

Lexipedia found at http://www.lexipedia.com is a fully functional version of Visual Thesaurus however it is free and has an expanded view of words and languages.

Lexipedia said...

Lexipedia found at http://www.lexipedia.com is a fully functional version of Visual Thesaurus however it is free and has an expanded view of words and languages.