How to add information to a mindmap

by user3582228   Last Updated September 19, 2019 10:23 AM

I want to add some information to a mind map. I am trying to follow a sample example here but whenever I try to add through this command

(\node at (88.000:27em) [anchor = west] {next: this is next test};)

it gives me that information in the same circular node as used for others. What I want to do is to add either a legend (No symbols required) type square where I can add information about some abbreviations (more desireable) or just annotate the node.desired display of information

\begin{figure*}[!ht]
\centering
\begin{tikzpicture}[baseline, mindmap, grow cyclic, text width=2.5cm, minimum size=1cm, align=flush center, every node/.style=concept, concept color=violet=!30,
    level 1/.append style={level distance=3.5cm,sibling angle=135},
    level 2/.append style={level distance=3.0cm,sibling angle=60},
    level 3/.append style={level distance=2.5cm,sibling angle=50},
    level 4/.append style={level distance=2.0cm,sibling angle=60},
    ]
    \node  [left color=violet!40, middle color=red!10, right color=white!30]{\textbf{Checking}}
        child [minimum size=0.5pt, concept color=violet!50] { node [text width=2.0cm] {State}
    child [minimum size=0.1pt,concept color=violet!30] { node [text width=1.5cm] {F}
        child [minimum size=0.1pt,concept color=violet!30] {node [text width=1.5cm]  {T}}
        }
    child [minimum size=0.1pt, concept color=violet!30] { node  {A123}
    child [minimum size=0.1pt, concept color=violet!30] { node [text width=1.5cm] {12}}
    child [minimum size=0.1pt, concept color=violet!30] { node [text width=1.5cm] {random}}
          }
          }
          child [minimum size=0.5pt, concept color=violet!50] { node [text width=2.0cm] {Mix}
        child [minimum size=0.1pt, concept color=violet!30] { node [text width=1.5cm]  {QR}}
        child [minimum size=0.1pt, concept color=violet!30] { node [text width=1.5cm] {ST}}
        }
        child [minimum size=0.5pt,concept color=violet!50] { node [text width=2.0cm] {Next}
        child [minimum size=0.1pt,concept color=violet!30] { node [text width=1.5cm] {some data}
        child [minimum size=0.1pt,concept color=violet!30] {node [text width=1.5cm]  {new}}
        child[minimum size=0.1pt,concept color=violet!30]{node[text width=1.5cm]  {old}
        }
        }
        child [minimum size=0.1pt,concept color=violet!30] { node [text width=1.5cm] {M}
         child [minimum size=0.1pt,concept color=violet!30] {node [text width=1.5cm]  {MS}
         child [minimum size=0.1pt,concept color=violet!30] {node [text width=1.5cm]  {X}}
         }
          }
        child [minimum size=0.1pt,concept color=violet!30] { node [text width=1.5cm] {HAS}
         child [minimum size=0.1pt,concept color=violet!30] {node [text width=1.5cm]  {HAVE}}
        } 
        };

\end{tikzpicture}
     \caption{Testing.} \label{mindmap}
    \end{figure*}


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