Python module for bibliographic network analysis - you will be able throw Zotero libraries (or even JSTOR-DFR output files) in there, and visualize the findings
New attempt to integrate a number of textmining tools (including their visualization) in one platform. Early days, but promising...
Papermachine https://github.com/chrisjr/papermachines. Fantastic plugin for Zotero that contains all sorts of (open-source) textmining tools that can be applied to pdfs AND their bibliographical references. Example: it extracts key topics out of very large amounts of pdfs that were downloaded into Zotero, and visualizes these topics across time (see the pic I added)
There are quite a few of these new project management tools around now, but I can't wait for rizzoma to be integrated with rizzoma (which is in the works)
Pretty user-friendly replacement for the very clunky, inflexible and so 1.0 Nvivo, etc. And their pricing model is much more 'modern' too!
(The absolutely BRILLIANT) Google Wave is (almost) dead, long give Rizzoma. I'm really rooting for these guys, even though their system is not ready for prime time quite yet.
Brilliant, and getting more brilliant all the time. Indispensable for distributed research team that have to do collaborative writing. As soon as we can use Zotero with it, I'll be ready to drop MS Word (for MOST of my work)
They're mind-boggling slow in adjusting their quota (even for paying customers), but it remains a delight for people working on multiple PCs
There are 'prettier' mindmapping programs out there, but you can't beat the price (and it's not bad at all!)