Re: [R] Research Notes

From: Barry Rowlingson <b.rowlingson_at_lancaster.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 14:42:09 +0100

JRG wrote:

> You might consider Treepad Lite (www.treepad.com). It's a tiny, free-form tree-structured
> notebook/database/text editor. It stores stuff as plain text, so you can easily copy/paste to
> other software. It's available for Windows and Linux, and it's free --- though more elaborate
> versions are available as shareware.

For a while I experimented with 'Wiki On A Stick' type things for my note-taking. Basically a single, self-modifying HTML file that lets you create a set of hyperlinked notes:

http://stickwiki.sourceforge.net/

  Plus side: hyperlinking, headlines, lists, formatting, cross-platform, easy to copy to a web page and make available to others etc etc.

  Minus side: all that just gets in the way of typing notes.

but it might work for you. I use it for development of ideas and things like that (see also "Mind Mapping Software") but not for note taking. That needs to be quick (for me at least).

Barry



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