With Piggydb, the user can create structural knowledge by connecting knowledge fragments to each other and build a network structure, which is more flexible and expressive than any other tree structure.
It aims to be a platform that encourages to organize knowledge continuously to discover new ideas or concepts, and moreover enrich creativity.
Here are some key features of "Piggydb":
· For private use, from one person to small groups of people
· Designed to be installed in a user's environment
· Easy to install, no configuration required
· Aim to provide a more powerful way to organise information
· Explicit Network Structure
· More flexible and expressive than tree structures and hyperlink networks
· Hierarchical Tagging
· Capable of handling large numbers of tags and large amounts of information
· Allowing to create own hierarchies of concepts
· Tags inherit the functions of their parent tags, in addition to having their own functions.
· Tag Values (planned in V5.0)
· Tags can have values, making them more expressive, allowing the knowledge to be put to practical use in various ways.
· Aim to provide various ways to output the organised knowledge
· Standard Export/Restore
· Allowing to export a whole database as one file, and restore a database with the exported file
· Document View
· Generating a plain XHTML document from a knowledge fragment tree, this document is suitable for printing
· Much more functionality planned in future versions
· Export selected knowledge fragments, based on tags
· Customizable output formats
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· The new feature is Fragment Shuffle. A shuffle button has been added to Fragments View.