Minder Mind Map
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What is a MINDER file?
A MINDER file is a mind map created by Minder, a mind mapping tool used to visualize ideas. It contains diagram properties in the XML standard that include nodes connected by branches and text, shapes, and images representing ideas.
Minder is a free application for Linux systems that allows you to organize and illustrate ideas, plans, systems, and procedures. The MINDER file is a working file, which means you can save your mind map as a MINDER file, close it, then re-open it for further editing.
After editing a MINDER file, you can export it to various formats, including other mind maps and images. Some file types include FreeMind, Freeplane, XMind, JPEG, PNG, BMP, SVG, and PDF.
How to open a MINDER file
You can open MINDER files with Minder on a Linux system.
You can also open MINDER files with an XML editor, since they store information in the XML standard. However, MINDER files opened with an XML editor will not look the same as being opened in Minder.