Welcome to Textexture. Using this tool you can visualize any text as a network. The resulting graph can be used to get a quick visual summary of the text, read the most relevant excerpts (by clicking on the nodes), and find similar texts.

 
As you are not logged in, you can only see the existing texts. Log in / create an account to convert your own texts into graphs.
 

 
We strongly recommend you to use our new open source text network visualization tool InfraNodus. Textexture will be gradually phased out.
 
  or enter an URL (e.g. http://guardian.co.uk)

 
or upload a file

 
* we only accept plain text TXT, RTF, and PDF files.

To visualize your iPhone notes or SMS as a network, download DiskAid , which you can use to export your iPhone Notes and SMS text messages.

Once the export is ready, open Terminal then run "cat /Directory/Where_You_Saved_Your_Notes/* > ~/Desktop/iPhoneData.txt".
Upload this file using the form above and delete it after.

 
* you can also enter your facebook or twitter profile url
 
Try our new InfraNodus text network visualization tool.
– it speaks English, Russian, and it's great for short snippets of texts, Tweets, etc.

 
 
See some examples of text network visualizations:

 
 

How to get the most relevant excerpts using the text graph:
 

 

 

 

 
We strongly recommend you to use our new open source text network visualization and analysis tool InfraNodus. Textexture will be gradually phased out.
 
 
Nodes (Words): 17, Edges (Co-Occurrences): 51. Download processed GEXF file.