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Has anyone used Task Modeler for a live project? I installed it a couple
of weeks ago (thanks, Yves). Looks good, but how do you assemble/publish
a topic set?
>"Task Modeler is an Eclipse-based software tool for modeling
>as a hierarchy of tasks and related elements. An information
>use it to design DITA (Darwin Information Typing Architecture) maps. A
>usability practitioner can produce either classic HTA
>Analysis) diagrams or RAG (Roles and Goals) diagrams. The tool
>can be used
>in a workshop, during a field study, or at one's desk to
>explore, analyse, and share these models. Task Modeler is easy
>responsive in use, and adaptable to evolving practices. It creates
>attractive, expressive diagrams that inform and engage design
>BTW an excellent book on task analysis is "User and Task Analysis for
>Interface Design" by Ginny Redish and JoAnn Hackos. Despite
>the title, it's
>equally useful for tech writers.
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