The SERC NAV, short for Network Analysis and Visualization, is a software tool that was initially developed to capture and allow users to visually interact with data and relationships that exist in the SERC ecosystem. Those data and relationships include professors, universities, research projects, publications, and metadata about the persons involved. The idea is that users would interact with the SERC NAV Interface which would visualize the data and relationships within the SERC NAV. Users would be able to click the visualized data on the screen and navigate between data that is related to each other. In this way, users would be able to visually traverse the database and discover the composition of the SERC with regard to research being performed, persons related to the research, universities who collaborate with the SERC, publications related to the research and many other data that exists.
Atlas is the theory of what makes systems engineers effective. This tool is intended to enable individuals to perform self-assessments on two of the critical aspects of Atlas: proficiency – the knowledge, skills, abilities, behaviors, and cognitions of systems engineers – and career paths. Individuals can create self-assessments, saving them over time to track their progress, and set goals against which to track their progress.
SystemiTool is the name of the software tool we provide to support the creation, editing and portrayal, in the form of a storyboard of scenes, of systemigrams. If you have bought a personal copy of our book ‘Systems Thinking: Coping with 21st century problems’ published by Taylor & Francis, then you are entitled to a free copy of this tool.