LifeMap is a computer program for the Macintosh developed by Robert Abrams using the SuperCard development environment. It is primarily designed to create concept maps. It has a wide range of features for creating simple concept maps and complex ones. It also has features for creating Vee Diagrams and Venn Diagrams, which can also be integrated with concept maps. LifeMap can exchange data with CMapTools, and also includes import tools for SemNet and Inspiration. Most of the features in LifeMap were developed because Robert Abrams had a need for them himself. Custom programming is available. We are thinking about turning LifeMap into an open source project.

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