Some new information organizing and visualization software for you. Things got behind as I put together the web-based mindmappers reference pages (see my post of 14th December, 2007) and continued working on the interoperability reference resource. The web-based one is done, as previously announced here, and the interop one is approaching first publication.
But the entries for the mind mapping software database kept piling up, so I had a clear out over the holidays, and I bring you six new programs.
Information mapping for a very specialised area, evolutionary biology, but this could be stretched to other forms of hiearchical visualization, and anyway it’s free.
This is a web-based service that gathers together information about people, companies, educational establishments and all sorts of relationships and turns them into an interconnected map. A concept map of sorts.
An information management tool with a mind-mapping influence.
Not a mind mapping tool, but an on-line whiteboard that would allow collaborative mapping.
Organize files in an advanced form of outline, with graphics and web pages in a browsing screen.
Solution Language Tool
A mind map and activity map editor. No easy download for the free trial, instead you must fill in a form having five mandatory fields.
Finally, a historical note: Rationale has been in the database since July 2007, but I just learnt of Reason!Able that it replaced, and added it for the record.
Happy New Year!
Update: Corrected spelling of Surfulater. December 28, 2007