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Re: Mind Mapping Tool

On Sat, 13 May 2006 00:30:13 +0200, Ritesh Raj Sarraf wrote:

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> Hi,
> I guess many people here might be using one or the other Mind Mapping tool.
> In Debian, we have freemind, vym and kdissert.
> Can somebody share their experiences about what is good in which software
> and which they have found to be the best and most convenient to use ?
> Thanks,
> Ritesh
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I've been using freemind for awhile because I needed a replacement
for Mindjet's Mindmapping software for specific services projects
I direct.  Its a decent tool and I can share drawings with others
running windows since there are versions for each.

As an addendum to this, I've been doing the same with GanttProject
instead of using MS Project for designing smaller projects.

Freemind has worked very well for me and I actually like the interface
since it seems to be very responsive and editing maps and levels of tasks
seems pretty intuitive.

I've not tried the others you named though. I have made an effort at
finding a few different tools that correspond to project management and
the combination of freemind, GanttProject, and a few others; have come in
very handy to building and managing smaller projects that I tend to do.

Michael Perry | Do or do not. There is no try --Master Yoda
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