BaleeGraph

Table of Contents

  1. Visit the "Feature" page.

Search Graphs

  1. Visit the "Search" page.
  2. Input a "Query" words, phrase, or sentences.
  3. Click the "Search" button.

View a Published Graph

  1. Select the "Name" of a graph in "View" page.
  2. Or, click the "Name" of a graph in "Feature" or "Search" pages.

Focus on Parts

  1. Open a graph in "View" page.
  2. Right-click on the graph area to open the "Contextmenu".
  3. Select the "Focus on Parts" menu.
  4. Input "Perspectives" from which the graph is to be viewed.
  5. Select the "Strength" of the perspective by the "Radio button".
  6. Click the "OK" button.

Note: Reload the page to reset edits.

Alter Perspectives

  1. Open a graph in "View" page.
  2. Right-click on the graph area to open the "Contextmenu".
  3. Select the "Alter Perspectives" menu.
  4. Input "Perspectives" to reduce.
  5. Select the "Strength of reduce" by the "Radio button".
  6. Input "Perspectives" to add.
  7. Select the "Strength of add" by the "Radio button".
  8. Click the "OK" button.

Note: Reload the page to reset edits.

Show Changes from Default Graph

  1. Open a graph in "View" page.
  2. Right-click on the graph area to open the "Contextmenu".
  3. Select the "Show Changes" menu.
  4. Click the "OK" button.

Note: The solid orange edges represent edges disappeared the strength of the connection.
Note: The dashed orange edges represent edges decreased the strength of the connection.
Note: The purple edges represent edges increased the strength of the connection.
Note: Reload the page to reset edits.

Isolate Cores

  1. Open a graph in "View" page.
  2. Right-click on the graph area to open the "Contextmenu".
  3. Select the "Isolate Cores" menu.
  4. Input the "Type of Isolate" by the "Radio button".
  5. Click the "OK" button.

Note: Reload the page to reset edits.

Merge Graphs

  1. Visit the "Merge" page.
  2. Input the "Primary" and "Secondary" graphs at the top of the page.
  3. Set the "Threshold" to merge the center black nodes.
  4. Set the "Threshold" to merge the keyword nodes in the same balloon.
  5. Set the "Threshold" to bridging the keyword nodes between the different graphs.
  6. Click the "Merge Graph" button.

Note: The green edges represent edges bridging nodes between different nodes.
Note: The light gray nodes and edges represent overlapped elements between the different graphs.
Note: The percentage value for the threshold corresponds to the semantic similarity of the node labels when merging.
Note: The above thresholds are lower limits, meaning that the smaller the value, the looser the evaluation.
Note: The available graphs are published ones and your own.
Note: The suggestion list to the secondary graph is rearranged in order of semantic distance, if the primary graph is selected.

Find Paths

  1. Select a graph from "Feature", "Search" pages, or merge graphs in "Merge" pages.
  2. Input a "Start Node".
  3. Input "Middle Nodes" if you want to surely include them in the paths.
  4. Input an "End Node".
  5. Input a "ND Nodes" if you want to surely exclude them from the paths.
  6. Click the "Submit" button.
  7. Select a path by using the "Pager".

Note: Paths are ordered by semantic distance closeness to the path directly connecting the start node and the end node, and can be selected by the pager, if there are multiple paths.

Editor Page

Create Graphs by Keyword Lists

  1. Prepare a ".txt" file in UTF-8 format.
  2. Write one keyword per line in the file.
  3. Click the "Browse" button to select the prepared ".txt" file(s).
  4. Click the "Make Graph" button to generate the graph.

Note: Files with shared prefix (the part before “..") in their file names are treated as a single file. For example, "[Team A]..text1.txt" and "[Team A]..text2.txt" will be combined into "[Team A]..text1_text2.txt".

Create Graphs by Text Files

  1. Prepare a ".txt" file in UTF-8 format.
  2. Input your "OpenAI API key".
  3. Select the "Number of Keywords".
  4. Click the "Browse" button to select the prepared ".txt" file(s).
  5. Click the "Make Graph" button to generate the graph.

Graph Page

Reload

  1. Click the "Reload" button.
  2. Click "OK" to confirm.

Add Nodes by Keyword Lists

  1. Prepare a ".txt" file in UTF-8 format.
  2. Click the "Add Nodes" button.
  3. Select your keyword lists as ".txt" files.
  4. Click "OK" to add nodes.

Add Nodes by Texts

  1. Prepare a ".txt" file in UTF-8 format.
  2. Click the "Add Nodes" button.
  3. Input your "OpenAI API key".
  4. Select the "Number of Keywords".
  5. Select your texts as ".txt" files.
  6. Click "OK" to add nodes.

Save as a New Graph

  1. Click the "Save as a New Graph" button.
  2. Enter a name for the new graph.
  3. Click "OK" to confirm.

Add a Keyword Node

  1. Click a "Center Node" to select.
  2. Right-click on the selected node to open the "Contextmenu".
  3. Input a "Keyword".
  4. Click the "Add" button.

Delete a Center Node with its Keyword Nodes

  1. Click a "Center Node" to select.
  2. Right-click on the selected node to open the "Contextmenu".
  3. Click the "Delete" button.

Delete a Keyword Node

  1. Click a "Keyword Node" to select.
  2. Right-click on the selected node to open the "Contextmenu".
  3. Click the "Delete" button.

Find Paths

  1. Input a "Start Node".
  2. Input "Middle Nodes" if you want to surely include them in the paths.
  3. Input a "End Node".
  4. Input a "ND Nodes" if you want to surely exclude them from the paths.
  5. Click the "Submit" button.
  6. Select a path by using the "Pager".

Folder Page

Open a Graph

  1. Click the "Id" or "Name" of a graph.

Edit Information

  1. Click the "Edit info" button of a graph.
  2. Edit the "Name", "Reference", and/or "Memo" in the pop-up window.
  3. Click the "OK" button.

Publish a Graph

  1. Click the "Publish" button.
  2. Read the message in the pop-up window.
  3. Click the "OK" button.

Note: When a graph is published, it will be publicly viewable in the "Gallery" page and our AI will utilize its contents to support users.

Delete a Graph

  1. Click the "Delete" button.
  2. Read the message in the pop-up window.
  3. Click the "OK" button.

Note: When a graph is deleted, its data will be deleted from our database. This action cannot be undone.