Sentinel Visualizer allows your link analysis charts to be saved and shared with non-licensed Users.
Sentinel Visualizer Reader is a FREE, view-only software application that opens data visualization (link analysis) charts created by licensed users of Sentinel Visualizer. Reader Users can view the chart and drill-down to the data behind the chart including metadata, notes, topics, documents, and information on the Brief tab, but they cannot modify the data.
Users with permission to connect to your Sentinel Visualizer database can use Reader to open/view saved charts.
A licensed user can export a link chart to an SVX file and send that file to non-licensed users. Those recipients can install Reader for free to open the charts and drill-down to the details behind the charts. Just like Adobe Reader is free and allows you to open a PDF file, Sentinel Reader is free and allows you to open an SVX file. The SVX file is a "mini database" that Reader can open but users cannot modify.
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Sentinel Visualizer Reader lets you open and view diagrams exported by a licensed Sentinel Visualizer user. A Reader User can:
Sentinel Visualizer Reader differs from the fully-licensed edition by not supporting:
Note that when a file is distributed, it's not connected to the live database and the data may become out-of-date.
Simply have your colleagues click on this link to download and install the FREE Sentinel Visualizer Reader. They can connect to your Sentinel Visualizer database directly if you give them permission or you can send an SVX file to them.
Visit our webpage for instructions on how to install and use Sentinel Visualizer Reader.
From the toolbar of the Visualizer pane in the licensed version, click [Output] and then select [Export to Reader].
The Export Reader Options box will open. This allows the Sentinel Visualizer licensed user to choose what content the SVX file contains and add a password for added security.
Click the [OK] button, name the file and click [Save] (make note of the path/folder). Once the file is created, you can share the SVX file with whomever you would like.
To learn how to open an SVX file, visit Sentinel Visualizer Reader Instructions.