TopicDB, the topic maps engine on top of which Contextualise is built has always had support for associations that connect more than two topics together. But, up until very recently, Contextualise didn’t.
The Awesome Knowledge Management project is an attempt to keep track of interesting people, projects, applications and so forth related to the combined knowledge management and knowledge graph space.
In the vast majority of forms in Contextualise the user is expected to provide references to other topics resulting in, at times, a very cumbersome user experience.
Anything other than a trivial topic map can be difficult to navigate without getting lost. Knowledge paths can help in this situation.
Currently, Contextualise does not support effective collaboration. A new feature is being developed that will allow you to share your topic maps with other Contextualise users for the purpose of collaboration.
Contextualise makes it possible to assert semantically meaningful relationships between topics. In practice though, what does that mean?
Manage your knowledge with Contextualise, a tool particularly suited for organising information-heavy projects and activities consisting of unstructured and widely diverse data and information resources.