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A premier mind-mapping software written in Java

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  • riksoft
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    Unfortunately it doesn't have top-bottom diagrams, and for this only reason I have to use the non open source xmind. Hope to see this option sooner or later... I'm checking for it once in a while.

    Posted 03/28/2015
  • pimmento
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    I had Freemind a number of years ago, I had the disc as well, got it off ebay in about 2008. But I gave it to my team leader so she could learn how to use it. So I have only just started using it again. I have to say I am happy with it as free software it works well and I can get on with it.

    Posted 05/27/2014
  • wongdavid
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    Good thing there are some documentation because this is my first time using a mindmapping software. Finally replacing pen and paper, so i still need to get used to it, overall its pretty easy to follow and use if you just have patience

    Posted 04/17/2014
  • hpmishra
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    FreeMind is an excellent open-source mind map. I've been using it for years to manage my research and writing projects.

    Posted 04/13/2014
  • joshun
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    Very easy to use, arranges things very well. Can be a bit glitchy.

    Posted 04/08/2014