kdissert is a mindmapping tool for supporting the creation of complex documents: dissertations, theses, presentations, and reports. It supports pictures and features several document generators: LaTeX reports, LaTeX slides (based on Prosper and Beamer), OpenOffice.org documents, HTML, and plain text.
A mindmap is a multicolored and image centered radial diagram that represents semantic or other connections between portions of learned material. For example, it can graphically illustrate the structure of a thesis outline, a project plan, or the government institutions in a state. Mindmaps have many applications in personal, family, educational, and business situations. Possibilities include note-taking, brainstorming, summarizing, revising and general clarifying of thoughts.
Though this application shares some similarities with general-purpose mindmapping tools like FreeMind or Vym, the very first goal of kdissert is to create general-purpose documents, not mindmaps.
klik by Simon Peter
Thanks to all contributors on #klik.
Thanks to debian for the software compilation and packaging.
Thanks to our hosting sponsor, atekon.
Thanks to all users who give feedback. THIS IS PURELY EXPERIMENTAL SOFTWARE.
We know that by far not all debian packages are klik-able yet. But we believe they should be ;-)