What's it for?
Anybody who works with information can profit from using i2Brain. Since
everybody who uses a computer is working with information, everybody who uses a
computer can profit from i2Brain. Other groups, including some teachers who as
yet don't use computers could come to appreciate the advantages of IT.
|Everybody who deals with information|
|Organisations who offer information on the web or elsewhere, where the
user wants to see and filter data and its connections.|
|Schools: some teachers and students will welcome the possibilities that
i2Brain offers them to structure the information they are trying to,
understand, present or learn.|
|Authors: a large part of the work of an author (regardless of whether his
final product is a novel, a doctoral thesis, a reference book, a report for
the or a school essay) is gathering, sorting and understanding information,
its context and the connections between the various items. Only after
completing this process is it possible to express ideas clearly as a text.
Ideally, i2Brain would be used to pass the information on to its end-user,
rather than compressing it into a linear form and expecting the reader to
"unpack" it into its original complexity.|
|Programmers can use i2Brain as a graphical front-end for their own