Mindmaps repositories are a very good tool to get fresh and different ideas about mindmapping styles. In this particular world Biggerplate turns out to be a really fantastic tool to analyze deeply.
This kind of repositories are useful either if you use mindmapping constantly in your normal life or if you are a rookie.
Thanks to Liam Hughes I have been checking the repository out and I have seen the easiness you upload your maps, the possibility to explore the map you pick with the MindManager viewer and the Miniprofiles if you want to popularize your profile or your site in social networks.
Summing up an extraordinary tool to work with.

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