Using InfraNodus, you can generate word clouds that retain the contextual information within the text.
All you need to do is to copy and paste or import your text, choose the word cloud view, and you'll get a beautiful visualization of the main concepts inside your text and the relations between them.
The words that tend to be used together in this particular text will be shown closer to each other, while the words that have a higher influence will be bigger on the graph:
It is also, of course, possible to switch the view, so that you see the underlying relations behind the words:
Here is how it works:
Step 1. Open the Apps page > Word Cloud app. Alternatively, open a new graph and change the editor setting to the Word Cloud view:
NOTE: If you already have an existing graph and you want to convert it to a word cloud, go to the Settings menu on the right and choose the Word Cloud view, as is shown on the short demo before:
Step 2. Click Add and copy and paste your text, start writing, or import an existing text file (or any other source).
You will see a visualization like this:
Step 3. If you would like to adjust stuff, like adding the nodes and the edges on the graph or changing the size of the labels, you can do so in the Settings panel (as is shown in the animation above).
Step 4. Use the Analytics panel to get the additional insights about the text
Step 5: If you want to remove some words from the word cloud, you can do so by selecting the node (to the left of the label), clicking on it, and then clicking the trash button above. This way you will reveal the important discourse behind that concept that you removed
You can also use the graph to get to the parts of the text that are important for you, by selecting the nodes and zooming in onto the discourse:
Try the InfraNodus word cloud generator now.