The mind map below provides an introduction to the coronavirus-related ssues the United States has addressed this spring.
Click on the images to expand them. The first image is the entire map. The second is the first half of the map (right side). The third image is the second half of the map (left side). The half-maps can be expanded to show additional detail.
This mind map was prepared with iMindMap 11 on my Mac. To see control points, go to the view menu and click show control points. If you want to add more control points, hold the shift key down and click where you want to add a point. This is a one-off TA session for me. I cannot provide technical support on OpenGenius products or for that matter, any other commercial products. It’s hard enough for me to do the design and implementation work while having dementia and I cannot add TA as something else I need to keep track of. A lot of complex and some very simple features that make iMindMap the best mind mapping program ever written and special seem to have been taken out of Ayoa so for now at least I am still using IMM 11. I have no idea why OpenGenius removed important features from their code when they developed Ayoa; the basic features they have removed do not permit as much user control over the mind maps produced in Ayoa. For explanations of all things Ayoa, please direct your questions to OpenGenius. I have always found them to be very helpful even when we disagree. George
Your mind maps look awesome! Are you using iMindMap? I have iMindMap 11 on my Mac and I can’t seen to draw custom shape branches like yours. I think there are supposed to be control points or something, but I can’t find that option anywhere. Also, support is terrible now Ayoa is a thing. Help?