Wandora is a tool for people who collect and process information, especially networked knowledge and knowledge about WWW resources. With Wandora you can aggregate and combine information from various different sources. You can manipulate the collected knowledge flexible and efficiently, and without programming skills. More generally speaking Wandora is a general purpose information extraction, management and publishing application based on Topic Maps and Java. Wandora suits well for constructing and maintaining vocabularies, taxonomies and ontologies. Application areas include linked data, open data, data integration, business intelligence, digital preservation and data journalism. Wandora's license is GNU GPL.
Install and use Wandora
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We develop Wandora with the Netbeans IDE. To start working with Wandora's source code, download and install Netbeans IDE, preferably version 9. Wandora's GitHub repository contains all required project files for the Netbeans IDE. To open the project in Netbeans, select menu option File > Open Project... in the Netbeans and select Wandora's folder. Once you have successfully opened Wandora project, you can compile Wandora project to test whether or not you have everything in order. GitHub repository needs to be compiled before Wandora can be ran.
To compile and run Wandora, a Java JDK 8 or later is required.