I’ve done separate posts about two recent findings over the last couple of days: Diagramic and the filling in of a historical entry. Time now for the remaining new items in Mind-mapping.org:
Creatley is a nice on-line diagram-drawing software with mind mapping as one of the type of diagrams supported. It has a free version, and a Plus version with a rather special subscription scheme: Pay what you think it’s worth, provided you spare at least US$1/month! Creately can make Flowcharts, Network Diagrams, Organizational Charts, UML Diagrams, Sitemaps, SWOT templates, Wireframes, UI Mockups as well as mind maps.
CUECards is a hierarchical information store based on a ‘card’ metaphor – something of an outliner.
MindDecider incorporates a form of mind mapping and uses it as a framework for information gathering, analysis and calculation that leads to decision support.
I’ve seen SpicyNodes described as mind mapping software. It really is not, unless you’re prepared to build a web site for each mind map you make. But it does use the hierarchical mind mapping style for connections between nodes.
Spicy nodes is a new approach to web site navigation. It would be interesting to see mind mapping software that could export the code needed to build a SpicyNodes web
Inflow is social and organisational network analysis software with many ways of displaying relationships. It appears to be aimed at enterprises rather than individuals.
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