A data visualization and analytics powered search engine in Roam. Built for exploration and discovery.
Roam Portal is an advance search engine - to help explore your data visually. To start using this extension, click on the Roam Portal icon in your Chrome top right toolbar. You can use this extension on public and your private Roam databases. With Roam Portal you can: - View your recently edited blocks - Search within all of your block results and embeds - Search for images in your graph - Search for reactions from users - Get a 3d/2d view of your Roam Graph - Get a 3d globe view with shows cities, countries and other locations mentioned in your graph - Search for and visualize tweets from your graph - Tweet individual blocks - View search results sorted by date - Filter search results by date - Filter search results by page - Visualize and compare usage of your page and block references over time - Visualize usage of your pages and words over time - Explore attributes - Search by using regular expressions - Visualize frequencies of similar pages and words - Create saved searches - Search for only exact phrases - Search for matches with similar spellings - Filter out code blocks in your search ... and more to come. I hope you will like it. If you have any problems, don't hesitate to contact me :)
- (2021-02-24) ShawnPMurphy8: Absolutely amazing! Couldn't imagine using Roam without Roam Portal! And Dharam is so responsive to feedback and always adding new features!
- (2021-02-18) Victor ESQUERREla: Really a great piece of work, filling the void of default graph view in roam research when complexity come. Congrats !!!
- (2021-02-06) Marcelo Kuramoto: It is a very helpful tool to interact with Roam Graph - several functions and features that Roam native doesn't have.
- (2021-01-02) FE LE: Thank you. Keep up the good work, kind developer. Continue to work and share your work with the world. Best wishes for 2021!
- (2020-11-15) David L: Good tool for research in tons of information. However, the search box seems too big and I cant drag it. As a result the bottom of search results cant be seen. The environment is chrome in windows. Edit: I am stupid because I have zoomed the browse bigger. This is why it was not a suitable size.
- (2020-11-10) David Eaton: This is brilliantly done. Definitely a must-have for anyone who uses Roam Research. Strongly recommend. And it keeps getting better. The new visualizations are incredible!!
- (2020-11-09) Linda Koomen: I'm blown away by this extension. It looks and works great!
- (2020-10-27) Byard Parks: This is better than I could have hoped. I was working on Roam just the other day and thinking to myself "The search feature of Roam is somewhat lame. I wonder if that is on any one's radar" Wow! Problem solved! So cool.
- (2020-10-09) Abhay Prasanna: Game changing - surfaces insights on my own DB I would have never found with Roam's native query/search capabilities. Moreover, using the extension to explore a public DB is a delight. Can't wait for what Dharam has next for us!
- (2021-01-03, v:3.0.0) Elizabeth Henning: "Saved Search" is just a tag?
I'm confused about how the "saved search" list works. From the description, it looks like it just displays the linked references for any blocks tagged with [[RoamPortal-Search]]. So it's not really a saved search, but a list of bookmarked blocks. Is this right?
- (2020-11-01, v:1.1.0) Way Ahead: Thanks this is awesome!
Hi -- You really have made something incredible here. Please consider helping the people at Logseq -- (open source) maybe you could create the same thing for them but have it actually a functional part of their software.