KnowledgeBase Builder 4+
Mind Mapping, Wikipedia Import
Organize your ideas and knowledge in impressive 3D mind maps, import Wikipedia articles and create flowcharts from pseudocode.
The InfoRapid KnowledgeBase Builder is an excellent tool for Knowledge Management. You can save text documents and web pages with all formattings and links in your knowledge base and perform a full text search in it. Since every document is attached as a text note to a mindmap item, you can organize them perfectly in a large mindmap. This mindmap is browsable, so you will never lose perspective even with thousands of documents. All items are stored in a reliable local SQLite database. The app includes many other outstanding features such as the automatic creation of mindmaps from text documents, the import of Wikipedia articles into your mindmap and much more. You can even export your knowledge base as a formatted html document. And that's not all. The InfoRapid KnowledgeBase Builder is also a famous flowcharting tool. You can either create your flowcharts manually or generate them automatically from pseudo code. And there are a thousand more things you can do with the app.
3D presentation mode with speech output.
Ratings and Reviews
Good but could be Great
I like this app – visual organization is great – latest update features not found. Where do we export as animated GIF?
I really gave this app a chance, but it was very disappointing. 1. Images get stretched and blurry. 2. You can't move anything; everything overlaps, and horizontal words get blurry if you zoom out. 3. Almost 19 layout options, but they are all awkward, and connections end up behind others in the wrong place. 4. You cant import maps from other apps. 5. Whatever you create in this app will come out blurry when exported. I love mind maps, they help me organize ideas and understand complicated concepts, but this app frustrates me. Btw... after 9 years of developing the app, you can't make a Manual or a Guide?, where people can search for answers.
Developer Response ,
Just increase the zoom factor to 150% or 200% before you export the diagram. This will increase the resolution of the exported image, so that it doesn’t look blurry. The overlapping occurs because of the view perspective. You can adjust the perspective and the mean distance between the items in the Adjust View menu. And you can position each item manually, if you’re not satisfied with the automatic layout. And there are YouTube manuals on my channel which show you how you can easily import MindMaps from outlined text files. Hope that helps you to get a basic understanding of the app. Btw: If you use a zoom factor of 100 percent, nothing looks blurry. Could it be that you have changed the screen resolution settings in MacOS?
The price point is perfect. Other than mindmapping and visual thinking, I see many uses for this easy-to-use tool: presentation, learning, visual database, timeline, idea development... The deciding feature is the ability to write mathematical expressions. The syntax to do that is easy (but would be nice if it were LaTeX :)
I also purchased the iOS version and use the iCloud to work the same file between Mac and iPad.
Großartige Software! Gute Arbeit und vielen Dank!
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- Ingo Straub
- 22.8 MB
- Requires macOS 10.13 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2018 Ingo Straub
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.