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    Swedishsatish's YouTube channel features some interesting sentence analysis. However, what interests me at the moment is the software he uses to present his analysis. It produces a flow diagram with +- signs so that the nodes can be expanded or collapsed.

    I have, without any success, searched Google to try and find this, or similar, software. Do any members recognise the software? An example of its use is at:

    Paul Newmans Blue Eyes - YouTube

    I would be obliged for any information that can identify the software. It could be useful in the analysis of sentences.

    Barry

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    This software can do what he's doing: GoDiagram Sample Applications

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    Helo Tdol

    Thanks for your help. Unfortunately the GoDiagram pricing structure is aimed at the professional developer.

    The very different approach offered by Linguistic Tree Constructor: Home seems to be useful. It is also free. I only downloaded it yesterday, so I am still evaluating it.

    Barry

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    I have now realised that the software used is that producing mind maps rather than the conventional flow diagram. Not all mind map software produces the required flow diagram with +- signs, but some do. Some of the software is free or moderately priced. I have chosen xmind.

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    I forgot to add that the Linguistic Tree Constructor that I referred to previously is excellent.

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