"Brain-like" Knowledge Management Notes

Augment Human Knowledge, Improve Efficiency of Knowledge Creation

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A protection prompt interface will appear when you open the downloaded Lattics installation package in Windows system. The software is safe actually, we just do not purchase the digital signature of the Windows, which price very expensive and procedure complex. So please click "More Info", then click "Run anyway" to install Lattics.
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Requires Windows 10+

Information Integration

It makes it easy to build complex knowledge relationships, manage contents and information more flexibly and dynamically

Drag File to Import

pdf, docx, xlsx, pptx, mp4, mp3...

Cite Everything

Type @ to cite article , card, file

Hierarchical Tag

Use the syntax “#” to add tag

WIKI Entry

Build knowledge library with card

File Management

Manage your files in App

Inspiration and Efficiency

Help writers efficiently organizing the content structure and schedule

Visualize Mind

Map browsing, conception, modification of plot and outline


Include word count, punctuation, paragraph count, etc.


Record all kinds of inspiration fragments anytime, anywhere

Bi-article Comparation

Open 2 windows at the same time to edit different articles

Goal Setting

Set word count goals and check your progress at any time

Typewriter Mode

Full-screen black and white text, more comfortable creation

Professional and Academic Level

With tailor-made features for researchers, you can easily create papers with pretty good layout

Math Equation

Including geometry, sets, functions, calculus, etc.

Paper Template

Convenient for journal submission

Zotero Link

You can easily drag or copy Zotero's notes into Lattics, with their cited and pdf link info

Markdown Syntax

Parse common MD syntax, what you see is what you get

Multi-column Layout

Drag and drop to layout in columns

High Quality Export

with Cover, Header, Contents, Page Number

Drag & Drop

Cards into the Article

Especially convenient for Zettelkasten method



Text and pictures can be typeset in multiple columns, and drag and drop to layout in columns

Type @ to connect

Cards and Articles

Lattics provides @ syntax to cite card or article, which makes it easy to connect or reuse contents.



You can open two editors at the same time to compare and edit two articles respectively


Extension Info

Tags, Bi-direction links, Article structure, and Related contents are all in one glance

Data Privacy Protection

Data privacy and security are becoming more and more important in the era of AI. Lattics is the first to think about solutions. All your data is stored in your own devices, and with a variety of 3rd party cloud services, including WebDAV. Lattics also innovatively provides offline collaboration, through the revolutionary Lattics file format, for conveniently share and modify contents together

Offline First

Local Storage

All contents saved on your computer, No register or login, No content uploaded to networks or servers.

Third Party

Cloud Sync

Choose a cloud service provider you trust, we provide iCloud, Google Drive, One Drive, Jianguo Cloud and WebDAV Cloud Service


Local Backup

Back up all the content to your hard disk

Offline Collaboration

Transfer Lattics file with comments and modification



All articles, cards, outlines, tags, bidirectional links, graphs, data sheets, files and other information of the project can be packaged as Lattics files for easy sharing and collaboration

Pioneers of Brain-like Knowledge Management

The great scientists and engineers who inspired us to create Lattics

Vannevar Bush
Vannevar Bush1890-1974

As early as 1945, Vannevar Bush proposed a "Brain-like" personal knowledge management system in As We May Think, which he called Memex. It later inspired Personal Computer, Graphical Interface, Internet, and World Wide Web.

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Douglas Engelbart
Douglas Engelbart1925-2013

In 1960s Douglas Engelbart, influenced by Bush, proposed a human-machine collaboration system: NLS (oN-Line System). In this system, Engelbart proposed many advanced concepts including Mouse, Hypertext Link, Multi-window Interface, etc., which aimed to augment human intelligence.

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Herbert Simon
Herbert Simon1916-2001

In 1969, Herbert Simon, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics and Computer Turing Award, published "The Sciences of the Artificial". In this book, he mainly discussed the mechanisms and principles of human cognition and thinking. He proposed a structure of chunks and serial lists of brain memory(Psychology of Thinking), also discusses the hierarchical properties of complex systems (The Architecture of Complexity). All of these provide a theoretical basis for the architecture of Lattics.

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