Mind-Mapping.Org is the unchallenged leader in completeness of information on software for mind mapping, visual information management and other forms of mapping on the Web.
But the amount of information there may be overwhelming: 97 pages of current products, 3 per page, and 29 pages of historical ones.
Top Picks is really two things: A place for readers to quickly find what’s significant, and a place for crowdsourcing: Here you can mark your favourite software and comment about your own experience of it in use.
You can browse the screenshots, click the red tab (top right) to see the name and beginning of the description, or click a button to read the remainder.
Rate the software with stars, and make comments about your personal experience with the various applications.
To see the list filtered down to show only one of the broad categories, choose from the red menu bar.
For more detail, pick from the categories drop-down on the right hand side. They are organized like this:
There’s an added category, Faves, which tells you what Vic uses and likes most.
Vic (updated by Roy)
If you’re on Twitter and tweet about mapping topics,
tweet me — I’d love to know and follow you.