Medley is an experimental application designed to visualize Evernote notebooks and expose changes in note-taking behavior over time.

This application was part of research project run by Wesley Willett, Petra Isenberg, and Jean-Daniel Fekete from the Aviz information visualization group at INRIA (the French national research institute for computer science & automation) that sought to better understand digital notetaking practices and build new tools to visually summarize and connect notes.

The results of this study have been published in 2015 in an IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications (CG&A) special issue on Personal Visualization and Personal Visual Analytics.

Willett, W., Goffin, P., & Isenberg, P. (2015). Understanding digital note-taking practice for visualization. IEEE computer graphics and applications, 35(4), 38-51.