Visualize any text as a network to connect and develop your ideas.
Get an insight into the structure of discourse.
Import and share interactive network graphs (gexf, csv, etc.)

Text Network Visualization

The next generation tagcloud: you can see not only the main terms, but also the relations between them.

Text Mining and Analysis

Identify the most influential terms and topical clusters, reveal discourse patterns, compare different texts.

Nonlinear Reading

Use the network visualization as a prism to find the most revelant parts of the text.

Import Data

Visualize RSS feeds, web pages, Google search results and Twitter discourse to understand it better.

Identify Discourse Bias

Use the network graph structure insights to identify and study discourse bias.

Text Mining using Network Analysis for SEO

Identify the gaps between what people search for and what they find to create better content and generate new ideas.

The News Picture of the Day

See what the newspapers are writing about in one glance.

Make Sense of Your Ideas

Visualize your notes as a text graph, see how they all connect, get an overview of the main ideas.

Enhance Your Research

Identify structural gaps in your current discourse to discover how you can take it further.

Search Engine Optimization

Find the right combinations of keywords to boost SEO levels.

Psychology, Interviews and Dialogue

Using visual feedback to bring in more choices into a conversation.

Sentiment Analysis and SMM

Quick visual summary of online discourse.

TCM Mind Map

Relations between the organs, their functions, the elements, and the ailments from the traditional Chinese medicine.

The News of the Day

Visual summary of the RSS feeds from the top world newspapers.

Bible, Genesis 1:1

Sample visualization of the Bible, Genesis text

Notes, Quotations & Excerpts

Visualization of the main topics that come up in the notes and excerpts taken from the book "Survival"

Magic & Happiness by Giorgio Agamben

Abstract visualization example (no nodes and no statements shown)

"Darkness" by Lord Byron

Abstract visualization example - notice the different structure of discourse in poetry.

Communist Manifesto

Sample visualization of the Communist Manifesto

Text Mining Methods

Concept knowledge graph using #hashtags

"I Have a Dream"

Text network visualization of the iconic Martin Luther King speech.


Constellation of relations between philosophers based on how often people search for them.


"If you like Tresor you will also like Berghain" kind of constellation for the best Berlin places.


Your own constellation of knowledge to retain and connect your ideas.

Music Labels

The most interesting techno and leftfield labels, curated by DEM LEEDZ.

Tarot Cards

Numerological and logical connections between Tarot cards.

Detect Bias in Discourse

Estimate how biased, focused or diversified the discourse structure is.

Identify Gaps in Public Discourse

Using a combination of SEO and text mining techniques you can identify the gaps in any discourse and create relevant content and identify areas with high innovation potential.

Re-think Discourse

How to represent a text as a graph and have a different perspective on discourse.

Visualize Any Big Text

Identify the main topics, see how they are connected, read and study the text in nonlinear way.

Comparative Analysis

Compare two different texts using text network graph visualization.

Enhance Your Research

Visualize the connections between all the citations, research notes, and clipped texts. See how to develop the discourse further.

Connect Your Ideas and Notes

Visualize them as a graph to have an overview, find the main topics, and see how they connect.

InfraNodus visualizes texts, notes, and ideas as a network, so you can make sense of your knowledge and stimulate your imagination.

Created by Dmitry Paranyushkin / Nodus Labs.
Read the research papers our text-to-network algorithm is based on and take our online course to learn how it works.
Citation: Paranyushkin, D (2019). InfraNodus: Generating Insight Using Text Network Analysis, Proceedings of WWW'19 The Web Conference, (ACM library, PDF)

This free open-source tool is developed by Nodus Labs (@noduslabs). Contact us to get an invitation code to use this online version or install it on your computer from GitHub.

InfraNodus runs on Neo4J graph database, Sigma.Js graph visualization library, Node.Js and uses Textexture text network analysis algorithm.

This software is offered "as is" with no warranty or legal liability of any kind, so, please, use it at your own risk. Please, refer to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy for more details.


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