enkidu
As a long-time advocate of a "shortest path between thoughts", I have just stumbled across this demo.
I have known about yED for a few years, and use it occasionally.
This is the (interactive & clickable) demo of its bigger brother yFiles :

http://www.yworks.com/products/yfiles-for-java#live-demos

And for the lazier among you, the proverbial picture @ 1000 words :

yFiles_demo.png


  I am persuaded that this way of viewing our data would boost TheBrain's usefuleness way beyond the current reporting function, putting it squarely in the mapping app domain where it belongs.

cheers
enkidu
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Moltaire
Yes. Visual visual visual. Statistics remain text.
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mcaton
Enkidu,

Thanks for posting.  We do have the capabilities of finding and viewing paths between thoughts:
  1. Add 2 Thoughts to your selection box (CTRL+click on Windows or ⌘+click on macOS)
  2. Right click in the selection box and choose Select Path Between
  3. Switch to Mind Map View to start expanding and visualize the highlighted results
I'll document a feature request to automate this process after your selection box has been populated.

Thank you,
Matt
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