One of the Tools
What it is
"A note-taking tool for networked thought. As easy to use as a document. As powerful as a graph database. Roam helps you organize your research for the long haul."
Description contributed by Mathew Lowry
Who uses it, how
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- Mathew Lowry (confidence: 3): I put all other notes into roam research, almost always starting with the daily note, but am currently migrating to Obsidian.
- Note-making: 8
- Writing/Publishing: 2
- Idea discovery: 7
- User-friendliness: 7
- Power: 5
- Community: 2
- Cost: 1
- Data sovereignty: 2
- Flancian I've also used in the past: Roam Research (would not recommend), Obsidian (can recommend it, although it's not open source), Foam (would recommend it to technical users who are comfortable using VSCode), Logseq (would recommend it).
- Another Person Profile: a bullet from his/her "Who uses it, how" section which includes roam research
- 2023-04-20: retitled and renamed to "roam research" to reflect naming policy
- 2023-01-22: updated to match current practice template