What to do If you want to use concepts that consists of multiple words in your graphs?
There are two ways to do that.
Option 1: Conflate the nodes on the graph directly
In the first option, you can merge several nodes into one (and unmerge them) directly on the graph, after you added your text.
To do that, just
1) click on the several nodes on the graph you'd like to merge and then
2) click the "Chain" button at the top menu next to the tags, then
3) choose a name for the new node (or keep the default chosen one)
4) click "add a node" button to create a new merged node
You can read about this process in more detail and also learn how to "unlock" the merged nodes in our help article: https://support.noduslabs.com/hc/en-us/articles/360014584539-How-to-Merge-Nodes-into-Topics-and-Unlock-Merged-Nodes
Option 2: Process phrases as nodes when you add text
You can also set InfraNodus to process whole phrases as nodes when you add text.
For instance, if you’re currently writing about Virtual Reality you can tell the graph that it should add an extra node which is “Virtual Reality” if you select the phrase and hashtag it like that:
i'm writing about #virtual_reality and it should be a term of its own
Make sure to go to the Settings before that and scroll to Hashtags section and choose the option Process both hashtags and text.
The default behavior is to prioritize the hashtags if they are in text, so if you don’t select this setting the statement above will just add
#virtual_reality as a node and the text will just be the node’s description.
We will soon implement automatic named entity detection as an option.