Tools to Supplement LOGOS

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Floyd Johnson | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Mar 13 2013 9:36 AM

As I have watched the discussion on husband and wives sharing LOGOS, I suggested that having a separate notes program might be of value.  That raised the question for me - what tools are others using to supplement their Bible Study using LOGOS.  I use 

     Evernote
     OneNote
     Open Office/Libre Office
     The Journal (see below)     

Here is a list from a much earlier post in the forums.  I have not check to see if these are all still valid - so use as you see need.

You might want to take a look at the titles listed on the old WIKI:  

* TheJournal: http://www.davidrm.com/thejournal/
* TexNotesPro4: http://www.gemx.com
* MSOneNote: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/FX010858031033.aspx
* ScholarsAid: http://www.scholarsaid.com
* InfoSelect: http://www.miclog.com/is/index.shtml
* MyBase: http://www.wjjsoft.com/
* GoBinder: http://www.gobinder.com/gobinder2005.aspx
* InfoTree2004 http://www.nextword.com/InfoTree2004.htm
* WhizFolders http://www.whizfolders.com
* ContentSaver http://www.macropool.com/en/index.html
* Libronix Notes

These tools have been recommended by several of the participants on the news groups as alternatives to the Notes provided by LIBRONIX. My personal favorite is The Journal, but each person is looking for their favorite set of features, so you might prefer something else.

It might be worthwhile to put together a current list of tools being used to supplement LOGOS.  What about those who use mind-mapping tools, other note programs, outlining tools, etc.  Thank you for any links you can provide. 

Blessings,
Floyd

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Levi Durfey | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 13 2013 10:20 AM

The most helpful supplemental tool I use is for the Mac: FoxTrot Personal (or Professional) search.

What Foxtrot does is index the documents of any kind that I tell it to (all my sermon and study notes, for example).

Then it allows me to search them for content -- which Mac's can do anyway, but the difference is that it highlights the search words in the documents that I search, making it easy to find what I'm looking for.

See the screen shot:

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spitzerpl | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 13 2013 3:55 PM

the best note taking tool I have ever used with logos is THE BRAIN mind mapping software. Unfortunately it dropped off my radar when may trial ran out and I couldn't afford the full version but I was truly impressed with what I could do with it.

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Bruce Dunning | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 13 2013 4:00 PM

Halo Hound:

the best note taking tool I have ever used with logos is THE BRAIN mind mapping software. Unfortunately it dropped off my radar when may trial ran out and I couldn't afford the full version but I was truly impressed with what I could do with it.

I just checked it out and it is quite pricey - enough for me not to want to even try the free version.

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 13 2013 4:21 PM

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IHMC Cmap tools ... and others as per whims

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