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Axon Idea Processor's awkward interface hinders its productivity-boosting goal

Ian Harac | Jan. 8, 2013
Axon Idea Processor presents something of a paradox: I can see many potential uses for it that other applications will not fulfill, but the experience of working with it makes me wonder if it's worth it.

There is a lot of potential functionality in Axon that I have not mentioned, because there's a lot more than can easily fit in a review, and because it was difficult even working through basic features. The sample applications included demonstrate a rich suite of possibilities, and it's clear many people can, and do, use Axon in a variety of highly productive ways.

A review is by nature subjective; I can detail why I hold the opinions I do, but I can't guarantee everyone else will draw the same conclusions. The Axon trial has no limits on time, but does have a limit of 20 objects, as well as some functional limits, which makes it difficult to build complex models. It will suffice to determine if the general structure of Axon Idea Processor suits your purposes.

 

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