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Unconventional use for a cloud, but could it work to:
  1. gather stats for all combinations axb, axc, axd,..., bxc, bxd, ..., cxd, cxe, cxf ..., thus expressing the relationship quantitatively;
  2. use the magnitudes of those relationships to drive the tag-cloud generator?

    Disclaimer - I am totally naive about tag clouds.

    This signature will be ready by Christmas

    In reply to Re^3: RFC: Conceptual association by jvector
    in thread RFC: Conceptual association by SilasTheMonk

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