Concept map

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English: A concept map is a diagram showing the relationships among concepts, with the concepts drawn in rectangular boxes (or other shapes), which are connected with labelled lines (or arrows) that denote the relationships between concepts, such as "is a", "gives rise to", "results in", "is required by," or "contributes to".

Concept map: Shape of composition[edit]

The concept map can take the shape and composition of other map types. They can take the shape of the context diagram, tree diagram or venn diagram, but other shapes and compositions are also possible.

As context diagram[edit]

See also Context diagram

As flow chart[edit]

See also Flow chart

As tree diagram[edit]

See also Tree diagram

As Venn diagram[edit]

See also: Venn diagram

In other possible shapes[edit]

Concept map: Picture elements[edit]

A concept map can be drawn with all kinds of elements:

Concept map: Quantitative[edit]

A concept map shows a number of elements, relations and/or properties in one or more layers.

Number of elements[edit]

Number of relations[edit]

The relation between the elements can be pictures with specific shapes (lines, arrow)

Number of layers in the picture[edit]

Concept maps in Spanish[edit]

See also[edit]

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