Colportage 0 Posted August 28, 2016 Share Posted August 28, 2016 Ideas please for this challenge: I'm working on a human rights issue that involves prisons and prison shipment routes in foreign countries. This info is often contained in documents I've ingested into Evernote in PDF. These documents typically contain info such as "a prison was seen at this place (local name, sometimes lat/long) at a general time" or "I was held at a prison at this place and saw other prisoners." I'm trying to find the most effective way to map the locations for these text documents and then use them (both by name and lat/long or other geo identifier) to build a dossier on each one. This could also include flow/movement of prisoners, eg "100 prisoners were seen at place X in June, they were then reported to have been moved to place Y in July" + a separate report that says "In July, about 100 prisoners arrived in place Y." Going forward, I'd like to be able to add info to these places, from new witness reports to satellite images. Is there a good way to do this in Evernote and/or an Evernote app? Or is there a good program outside Evernote, which would take experts from Evernote, or is good enough to use entirely separately? Any thoughts are greatly appreciated. BTW, these forum suggested IdeaPlaces might be a step, but I don't see any download for Windows. Thanks! Link to comment
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