Getting Started with Freemind — Additional Exercise

Vladimír Toncar

This exercise extends the recently published Freemind mini-tutorial called Getting Started with Freemind. The task is as follows:

  1. Download the last mind map from Getting Started with Freemind.
  2. Read the text below.
  3. Extend the mind map with the information contained in the text.

The text is as follows:

The wine quality systems fall into two categories. The appellation (French) system judges quality based on the geographic origin. An appellation can be as large as an entire region or as small as several select vineyards or even a single vineyard. In addition to the geographic boundaries, the appellation also defines the allowed grape varieties, the maximum harvest, maximum content of alcohol and several other quality requirements.

The German (sometimes called the "northern" system) measures wine quality by the content of sugar in grapes. To achieve higher quality in the German system, the winemaker can opt for late harvest or select grapes with higher sugar content. Variants of the German system are used in a number of countries in the Central Europe, for example the Czech Republic, Slovakia, or Hungary.

We have got two distinct quality systems, so you can start by naming them in the map. After that, describe the properties of both systems...

So, what is your solution like? Feel free to compare it with my mind map (flash view here). Note that I added a "cloud" around the new branch — you can do that as well, just hit Ctrl-Shift-B on the first node of branch or right-click on the node and select Insert > Cloud.