Multilingual Knowledge Graph
Develop and Discover Semantic Structures.
Taxonomies, thesauri, classifications, nomenclatures, ontologies – in Coreon you manage such semantic structures in a very intuitive, most visual way. Through its concept-oriented approach it inherently supports multilingual views – you manage only one knowledge graph while covering all languages.
In Coreon the semantic expressiveness goes beyond simple broader-narrower relations: Distinguish how concepts are related to their parent concepts. Make evident that one children concept has a ‘generic’ broader relation whereas another concept has an ‘is-part-of’ or an ‘is-instance-of’ broader relation. Group concepts into sections to keep control over larger maps.
Navigate the broader/narrower relations as well as along any type of associative, see-also links.
Toggle the orientation
Toggle from top-down to left-right to accommodate the layout of your structures – they may be rather flat or rather deep.
Useful in Daily Life:
- Breadcrumbs: Know where you are in the hierarchy of nodes in the graph.
- Group concepts and branches: Structure large graphs and concept systems into sections and subsections
- Aliases: Reuse a concept at distinct places, even in the same visualised map.
“File” a node under multiple parent nodes to appropriately reflect its semantic facts. Coreon maps are rendered like a tree, but technically they are even powerful graphs.