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I am a step further towards my desired outcome. I integrated @JLDiaz approach into org-mode by using a LaTeX code block that makes use of the dot2texipackage. While the forestapproach proposed by @Ignasi is very human readable, the dot2texin my view isn't. Therefore, I created a small lisp function that translates my pseudo code (see above in the question) ...

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As suggested in a comment, a possible approach would be dot and dot2tex. Dot's syntax is very terse. This particular example comes out a bit convoluted, due to the long text in some nodes, but it is nevertheless rather readable: digraph G { node [shape=box, fixedsize=true, width=1.2]; shares [label="*\\\\Shares"]; shares -> "common shares" [label=...

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You can try with forest, I think is quite human readable, ... once you are used to it. \documentclass[border=2mm]{standalone} \usepackage{forest} \begin{document} \begin{forest} box/.style={rounded corners, draw, fill=gray!20} [* Shares, box [encompass [common shares, box [carry [voting rights, box ...

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The only difference between the 'missing' nodes and the 'non-missing' ones is that the concept style is applied to the latter but not the former. The nodes are all there, but they use the default node style which doesn't draw the border. The solution is simply to apply the concept style to all the nodes in the mind map. \documentclass[tikz,border=10pt,...

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You can compile the standalone mindmap and produce a .pdf file which can be included at center of an A0poster with TiKZ, eso-pic, backgrounds, ... An example with TiKZ. In following code replace mindmap by your mindmap, and compile it twice. (I've used scale=3, adjust the size to your taste) \documentclass{A0poster} \usepackage{tikz} \begin{document} \...

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One can abuse the font= key in the node's options, to add the \hspace{0pt} macro at the beginning of the node. However this overwrites previous font keys, if present. child {node[concept,font={\hspace{0pt}}] {Unterschiedsschwelle}} In order to preserve the existing font keys, you can define the following in the preamble \makeatletter \tikzset{add to ...

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There are a few numbers you can play with: The distance between the bubbles: change the value of distance = 25mm To adjust the size if the bubbles: node[scale=0.8] \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{tikz} \usetikzlibrary{mindmap} \tikzset{level 1 concept/.append style={font=\sf, sibling angle=72,level distance = 35mm}} \tikzset{level 2 concept/....

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