You can search all your graphs for specific keywords to have a better visual overview of the content you added to InfraNodus.
Step 1: Open the Search Page
The easiest way to do that is to go to the Menu > Search All Graphs and then enter your search term into one of the search fields:
Step 2: Enter the Keyword Search Term / Phrase:
Once you enter the search term and click "Go" (e.g. "machine learning" in the example below), after a few seconds you will see a text network of all the terms that co-occur together with that term in your graphs, as well as the graphs where the keywords appear.
You can click on those terms to only see the concepts / graphs directly connected to them.
Note: if you prefer not to see the graphs, you can uncheck the "show contexts" field at the bottom of the search form
The circle nodes show the specific concepts.
The square nodes show the context graphs that are connected to them.
Double click on the square graph node to jump into the graph. If you previously select some concepts, they will also be highlighted on the graph.
Step 3: Get an Overview
The Analytics menu provides information about the main topics associated with your search query.
Step 3: Enter into the Relevant Graph Context
Double click the graph / context where the terms appear to jump into that graph and to highlight the part of the text where the search terms are used: