A visual presentation of the ways concepts can be related to one another.
a visual representation of a grouping of thoughts in your mind that are related or associated to each other through a central topic. Example: You are starting a writing project about hydrogen powered cars. A mind map would have "hydrogen cars" in the center and related thoughts around this central topic would be "price", "technology", "storage", "delivery methods", "threat to oil industry", etc. According to many, mind maps were popularized by Tony Buzon - http://www.mind-map.com for more information.
a device that represents a concept in both verbal and
a drawing, connecting words and images that radiate ultimately from a single central idea
a graphic technique for representing ideas, using
a hierarchical collection of ideas, thoughts, related pieces of information, and so on
a mapping of thoughts
a method of organising your thoughts
an alternative way of making notes and is particularly useful for individuals who prefer a visual or logical approach
an ideal place to store ideas related to your project
a simple paper and pencil way of capturing your thoughts and getting them down on paper, without having to agonize over organization and prioritizing
a very effective way to show relationships among topics, ideas, or concepts
a visual representation of chunks of information and the relationships between those chunks
a visual representation of ideas and concepts
a visual representation of informat
a visual representation of information, which naturally prompts your brain
a visual Technique
a wonderful tool for organising thoughts and ideas
an idea-generating sketch - also known as a spoke diagram, a thought web, or a clustering diagram - that features circled words connected by lines to form units
When you design a database search, you can use a mind map to visualize your topic and its various aspects. A mind map is an image of an idea where the topic is in the centre and related topics are around it. The topics are connected with branch lines.
see word map.
phrase copyrighted central idea surrounded by 5 to10 ideas which are then broken down into 5 to 10 items each can be represented as a tree
A method of brainstorming resulting in a visual representation of ideas and their connections, radiating from a single focus.
(or mind-map diagram used for linking words and ideas to a central key word or idea. It is used to visualize, classify, structure, and generate ideas, as well as an aid in study, problem solving, and decision making.
A mind map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks or other items linked to and arranged radially around a central key word or idea. It is used to generate, visualize, structure and classify ideas, and as an aid in study, organization, problem solving, and decision making.