Analyzing Attributes/Brainstorming Use to list facts, definitions, attributes, or examples related to a single topic, concept, or theme. May also be used to compare and contrast information generated on left and right sides of web. See: CerebralChart, Network Tree, Fishbone Map, & Spider Map
Brainstorming Cerebralcharts use hierarchies, yet tend to be more free form in the beginning. Use to quickly amass information or elements, stimulate creative thinking, develop new ideas, in an unrestrained and spontaneous manner, generated either individually or by a group. See: Web, Network Tree, Fishbone Map, & Spider Map
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Hierarchy/Brainstorming Use to show a system of persons or things ranked one above another, left to right; use in the beginning of a project to visually arrange interrelated and sequentially ordered sections within the whole, similar to an outline; subjects that lend themselves to this organizer are: projects (web sites), term papers, organizations (government or company), systems (body or machine), etc. See: Web, CerebralChart, Fishbone Map, & Spider Map
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