MindApp, Flying Logic and Prefuse

Oct 4th, 2007 | By | Category: Mindmapping software

I usually get these Mind-mapping.org update reports out at the weekend – very late this time.  Family obligations.

MindApp – A feature-rich mindmapper that is sold only in the U.S.A. and Canada at present.  I suppose there must be a reason…

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Flying Logic – You’ve gotta love the name.  This is a tool to support various kinds of thinking diagrams.  Not mind maps, but concept maps, tree diagrams and influence diagrams.

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Prefuse – An extensible software framework that helps software developers make interactive information visualization software using Java.  Technical, but oh! so flexible and capable.  Just take a look at that gallery.  Key point: These diagrams are interactive.  Click on a node and it can reorganise and reveal new information.

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One Comment to “MindApp, Flying Logic and Prefuse”

  1. twdl says:

    Very usful site. Keep up the good work.