# Different Mind Maps

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#1 19 May, 2015 - 08:29
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#### Different Mind Maps

I experimented with the same mind map. On the right I add the images.

### Tree

Note that I have numbered the last element in group. This way through repetition I know how many elements there are and always practice counting them in the same order (beneficial for memory).

More colors is more beneficial. The more center the more eye-catching the color is. Also, too much numbers is distracting, enough is just the last one.

### Schematic

Geometric shapes allow you to grasp how many elements there are. Also good for memory.

Different colors (I am half red-colorblind, that's why I like blue more. Don't know about you. If you also like blue more then it's just that combination of black&blue is better than black&red).

This illustrates how much difference it makes whether the map is made with care or not.

### Geometric

Quite good, I think. In this case every word is inside geometric shape.

Too tight. Geometric shapes overlap.

### Conclusion

My favourite was:

Although I think this was also very good:

What I learned:
Making with care, adding images, geometric shapes and various colors - these are what make mind map user friendly.

2 August, 2015 - 17:14
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Mind maps! It is very good as a review cortical tool that combines the creative active and the rational logical mind.

Very useful for renditions of notes and reviewing!

Thanks for posting :)

3 August, 2015 - 07:24
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please excuse my confusion. If you are trying to communicate a journey method here, why not just go in clockwise order? That's what I do perhaps based on recommendations from Ronnie White in his videos.

10 June, 2016 - 04:42
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I think that everybody have a way to make a mindmap, which adapt to his form of studying and learning.

By example, I started with words, after I included images, after, I used the knowledge builder, after, I only drew images, not even arrows, and now, I draw and include some text, many times, text is just symbolic.

My advice is just let your mind flow and express itself, the most important questions are : how do I prefer it? and how do I get it faster and better?

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