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  Est.Vic Gee/2006, curated by Roy Grubb since 2013 
  From:  Sciral   Product:  Flying Logic    Added:  2007-10-02
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What they say:  " Flying Logic provides great support for a wide range of activities that demand clear and complete thinking:
Strategic planning
Competitive analysis
Course of Action Analysis (COA)
Process improvement (Six Sigma, Lean, Constraints Management)
Project management
Writing
Public speaking
Studying and teaching critical thinking
Life coaching
Personal improvement"
Observations:  G+
Where:  http://flyinglogic.com/
OS: Mac, Windows
Price:  US$39 - US$149
Categories: argument maps, belief networks, concept maps, influence diagrams, visual planner
 
Articles
Visual representation of knowledge

Here are some links to articles on the visual representation of knowledge by Sigmar-Olaf Tergan, an academic leader in the field

An overview of concept mapping

This is a 1997 article by Eric Plotnick, from the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology Syracuse NY

Concept maps and web research

For me, web research and concept maps are a good pairing. As I research - I build a map. As I map - I realise new areas that need research.
This papers variously by Arguedas, CaƱas, Carnot, Carvalho, Dunn, Eskridge, Gram, Leake, Maguitman, Muldoon and Reichherzer have helped me to understand why, and see other possibilities.

Assessment by concept map

This piece discusses the nature of knowledge, the difficulty in measuring achievement in the three types of domain knowledge, and how concept maps offer one way of judging students' knowledge structure.

Framework for mind mapping

Here is a link to a set of free templates for many types of mind maps. This is good solid stuff, and if you have MindManager, there's no reason not to get it.
But if you don't have MindManager, well, there's still no reason to hold back - go and pick up the MindManager Viewer from MindJet's site. That is also free.