- Preview related cards and articles without leaving the current context
- Edit titles, footnotes and cited contents without changing context
- Dual articles comparison in the same time
- Show Footnotes, Comments, References nearby
"Brain-like" Knowledge Management Notes
Augment Human Knowledge, Improve Efficiency of Knowledge Creation
It Works Like Human Brain
Lattics provides card library and hierarchical relational database, minimal modular storage, which can form a flexible and dynamic knowledge network
Store Your Thoughts Into Card Library
Especially convenient for Zettelkasten method
- Quickly record idea using card
- Drag and drop card into article
- Cards can be converted to articles
- Cards can be reused, modified in one place, updated in other places at same time
Type @ to connect Cards and Articles
Lattics provides @ syntax to cite card or article, which makes it easy to connect or reuse contents.
Heuristic Content Extension
Heuristic Content Extension can let you see all the extended information related to the article, including: Tag, Backlinks, Document Structure, Related Cards or Articles, etc.
Multidimensional Linear Narrative
Connect cards and articles in multidimensional relationships or orders, and read sequentially in a linear way
Mindmap-like Project Outline
The article can be dragged and placed at any level and any position in the project outline, to form a Mindmap-like outline.
Draggable Block Element
The content in the article, such as paragraphs, pictures, tables, code blocks, mathematics formulas, etc., can be dragged and moved in the way of "Block" to adjust the position in the articles
Stay focus, minimize context change, and easier to enter the flow
Offline First & Full-library Backup
- All contents saved on your computer, No register or login, No content uploaded to networks or servers.
- Free full-library backup, you can manually or regularly back up all the content.
Pioneers of Brain-like Knowledge Management
The great scientists and engineers who inspired us to create Lattics
As early as 1945, Vannevar Bush proposed a "Brain-like" personal knowledge management system in As We May Think, which he called Memex. It later inspired Personal Computer, Graphical Interface, Internet, and World Wide Web.Learn More
In 1960s Douglas Engelbart, influenced by Bush, proposed a human-machine collaboration system: NLS (oN-Line System). In this system, Engelbart proposed many advanced concepts including Mouse, Hypertext Link, Multi-window Interface, etc., which aimed to augment human intelligence.Learn More
In 1969, Herbert Simon, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics and Computer Turing Award, published "The Sciences of the Artificial". In this book, he mainly discussed the mechanisms and principles of human cognition and thinking. He proposed a structure of chunks and serial lists of brain memory(Psychology of Thinking), also discusses the hierarchical properties of complex systems (The Architecture of Complexity). All of these provide a theoretical basis for the architecture of Lattics.Learn More
A Variety of Knowledge Output Methods
Conveniently for yor professional works and team cooperation