Projects / CharGer


CharGer is a conceptual graph editor intended to support research projects and education. It currently is primarily an editor to create visual displays of graphs. It is deliberately and explicitly a research tool meant for conceptual graph researchers to explore implementation issues in conceptual graph interfaces. Using the software will require some familiarity with conceptual graphs, including knowing about concepts and relations, type hierarchies, and type/referent pairs. Knowing about actors will also be very helpful.


Recent releases

  •  27 Jun 2005 17:25

    Release Notes: CharGer has been donated to the open source community. This release represents an effort over the past six years. In addition to conceptual graph editing, CharGer supports an interface to Wordnet, a repertory grid interface, and a plug-in actor interface.


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