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Visual Thesaurus

April 3, 2008

Try the Thinkmap Visual Thesaurus and tell me what you think.  It’s a subscription service, but you can try out a few searches for free.  You can see how words are connected and click on a little icon to hear some words spoken aloud.  I could see this being a subscription that some libraries might want to have.  Try it out!

found via Phil Bradley’s weblog

“Visual Thesaurus”

  1. Ron Houk Says:

    Hello,

    If you like Visual Thesaurus, you should check out http://www.visuwords.com.

    Visuwords™ uses Princeton University’s WordNet, an opensource database built by University students and language researchers. Combined with a visualization tool and user interface built from a combination of modern web technologies, Visuwords™ is available as a free resource to all patrons of the web.

  2. Sarah Houghton-Jan (LiB) Says:

    Wow Ron, that is a much better site than the one I posted about, and it’s free too! Thank you so much for sharing this resource with us!

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