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Software for mindmapping and information organization[edit]

Here you can find out all about software to make
    • mind maps
    • concept maps
    • argument maps
    • outlines
    • hierarchical organizers
    • 2D and 3D knowledge managers

This is the website-of-record for software that supports planning, creativity, knowledge management and information organization in visual form. Do let me know of any software that isn’t here but should be: roygrubb [at] this domain.

There are details of more than 450 software tools for making various types of information maps and outlines here. 240+ are current, nearly 60 are no longer supported but can be found at download sites and the rest are here purely as a historical record – categorized as Historical (defunct).

To find the tool that meets your needs, use the special search page

This lets you search by any combination of availability, platform, type of map desired, export and import capabilities, online functions (e.g. multi-user), map appearance, attachments, whether it offers project management capabilities and other features.

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mapping software
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See how to interchange mind map files
between software
Learn how the origin of mind maps
goes deep into the past … really deep.
Learn new techniques, different types of visual tools, and their varied uses from WikIT.

If you have questions about mind mapping or concept mapping, give me a shout on Twitter. I’ll try to help.

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