Mind Map File
3.5 | 58 Votes
What is an MM file?
An MM file contains a "mind map," which is a visual diagram that consists of text, nodes, branches, shapes, and icons that represent ideas. It may be created by a variety of "mind-mapping" programs, such as FreeMind and Freeplane. MM files are often used for organizing ideas when brainstorming, researching topics, tracking projects, and taking notes.
When you create a map in FreeMind the MM file is created to store its contents. You can reopen the file to edit its contents or you can export the file to other formats such as .HTML, .XHTML, .PNG, .JPEG, .PDF, and .SVG.
FreeMind is designed to help you visually organize ideas. You can create maps that consist of ideas placed in nodes that can be connected to other nodes and images. FreeMind is an open source program and is available as a free download.
Programs that open MM files
Objective-C++ Source File
4.0 | 12 Votes
Source code file written in both the Objective-C and C++ programming languages; differs from an .M file, which only contains Objective-C code; used for including C++ code within Mac-based applications.
Programs that open or reference MM files
NeXtMidas Macro File
|Developer||Technology Management Associates|
3.6 | 12 Votes
Macro file used by NeXtMidas, a networked MIDAS signal processing framework; contains a sequence of commands used to automate processes within the NeXtMidas application; can include procedures and subroutines.
Macros are convenient to use since they automate lengthy sequences of commands that are executed often. There are two types of macros used by NeXtMidas. One type is an installed macro with default values assigned to its parameters. This type can be installed by adding it to the command dictionary. The second type is a user macro, which is an uninstalled macro. This type cannot have default parameter values given by the system.
MIDAS stands for Multi-user Interactive Development and Analysis System. NeXtMidas is a networked version of the MIDAS shell written in Java. It is used to manipulate digitized signals and other signal collection and processing systems data. It's primary mode of operation is responding to text commands, which makes the use of MM macro files important.
NOTE: NeXtMidas requires Java 6 or later in order to run.