pros, Realtime collaboration, Easy to access and use, Support multiple resources, Offline mode support, History view / version control, Mobile support, IOS devices, Android devices
cons, Free only for 3 mind maps, Doesn't support associations like concept/topic maps, Limited export support for free version
offers similar features as mindmeister. Not recommended by online reviews
pros, Feature-rich desktop application, Semantic web outliner, Cross platforms support: linux,mac osx and windows
cons, Hard to understand, lots of Jargons, not friendly for entry-level users, lack of collaboration mode
pros, Easy to use, Share concept maps via CmapServers, Cross platform support: Linux, Mac OSX, Windows, Link to both online resources and personal files, Import/Export and powerpoint support
cons, Real-time collaboration? (Not investigated), CmapServers is free, but filling a request form is needed.
pros, Fully support Topic maps standards: ISO 13250, Open source web application, Well documented, lots of samples and tutorials, Complete end-user tools: Omnigator, Vizigator and Ontopoly
cons, Complicated, learning curve is deep, Need to define ontology first, Not a ready to use software product. More like a software framework.
pros, Open source web-based wiki application, Lots of extensions and templates, Optimizes for performance and scalability, Same user interface as Wikipedia, Flexible plug-in architecture
cons, No structure support. (may be supported via extensions?), Lacks of project management support.
cons, Lacks of community support., Security concerns, Can all features be delivered as advertised?, Need more insights.
Forked from TWiki in 2008
Semantic wikis, Freebase, Semantic MediaWiki
Enterprise wikis, SMW+, Confluence, Socialtext