Is there an app that will let me produce a tree view of documents similar to the one that does for websites?

Joseph Videtto February 10, 2013

Is there an app that will let me produce a tree view of documents similar to the one that does for websites?

In fact, I’d like to create and control a tree view similar to the one on where I can define multiple attributes for each node, multiple views of each tree, and all without having to do any coding.

If I have to code to get that view – I’m willing to – what language and tools would make that easiest ?

  1. Nevzat Akkaya
    February 14, 2013 at 10:29 am

    You can do it in Microsoft Visio or any other diagramming tools, if I understand you correctly. Just add a file link (URL) to any node on your document. Then you have a document tree you wanted.

  2. Ron Lister
    February 12, 2013 at 6:28 pm

    I think what your explaining is what is called mind mapping. if you are familiar with Drupal there is a nice module for Drupal 7 called graphmind if your looking for something to build on a csm platform.
    here are some free mind maping applications and webservices some of them have free version and pay or premium versions. ..its free and web based has a pay version.

    Freemind crossplatform done in java, seems to be popular. download GNU license.

    Labyrinth .. linux and windows based.

    Mind42 web app with a nice interface.

    MindMeister ..web app with several account options well designed and nice interface.

    Mindomo .. web app has several act options allows sharing and embeding on webpages.

    Personal Brain changed their name to TheBrain ..has a lite free version.

    Recallplus .. has a free version. more for students and learning has a flashcard mode.

    Semantik ..linux app.

    VYM view your mind... more for mac and linux... windows might have some bugs

    WiseMapping ..web app visual thinking evolution free and unlimited.

    hope you find something of use in these.

  3. Alexandra Momo
    February 10, 2013 at 10:28 pm

    Can you explain a little more what you want?
    Why not take PearlTrees?
    An app for which OS?
    You wanna see documents and files? or data?

  4. Erlis D.
    February 10, 2013 at 8:59 pm

    I don't think I fully understand your question, but I might give you a clue!
    I use a software called Total Commander to explore throught computer folder in a tree view. Probably you have to take a look at it, so maybe it's what you are looking for!