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Gargantext is designed to produce living maps that evolve as you work with them. They can be used for dressing a state-of-the-art, mapping a bunch of documents, setting up a collective representation of a problem, etc. The map is not the ultimate goal, rather, it is the back and forth between the different levels of your corpora (document, terms, maps, etc.) that is the main resource and help you to build an adaptive representation of a question or a problem.
This tutorial explain you how to build the first map that will bootstrap your work with Gargantext. This first map should take few minutes.
Gargantext is a free and open source software developed by the CNRS Complex Systems Institute of Paris Ile-de-France (ISC-PIF). Its source code is available on Github.
An instance of Gargantext is running on the ISC-PIF Cloud at http://gargantext.org To access this Gargantext instance, you will first have to register the ISC-PIF services.