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The Evolution of the Visual Mapper

September 21st, 2010      

The world of mapping information uses a mismash of terms, like “concept mapping,” “mind mapping,” “visual mapping,” and “radial mapping.” These all mean essentially the same thing — representing information visually, in nuggets of information. There’s a history behind each term, for example, Tony Buzan developed a hand-drawn genre which he calls “mind maps”; and professor Novak has worked on a version of these maps with labels between nodes, and he advocates the term “concept map.”

Read more about these terms, and how are evolving in a post by Wallace Tait, “The Evolution of the Visual Mapper” over at Hypershifters.  Go to post >>

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