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Bubble diagrams in Landscape Design with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM

To define the links between the different areas of your own landscape design and see the project from aside, we recommend to draw landscape diagram called bubble one which is analogue of «mind maps» as it allows us to create approximate image of our future proper landscape view. Use special libraries (and we have plenty of them) with objects of landscape design to be able to create the detailed plan of your landscape which will be looking so smart and professionally good as the samples we provide were created by designers who know so much about making such kinds of design plans. Having ConceptDraw DIAGRAM as the assistant in your work, will ensure the success after using our product. Make the bubble diagrams as well as any other ones in minutes with ease having our application called ConceptDraw DIAGRAM and you will see how quick it will change your life simplifying lots of work.

How to Draw a Map of North America

Geographic maps, cardiograms, and thematic maps are often used for geographical visualization of business information. Any country can inspire a wealth of geopolitical statistical data. A common way of assimilating this data is to create maps that convey a particular theme or subject matter in relation to a specific geographical area. Known as thematic maps, they cover themes such as population density, average rainfall, or political allegiance, differentiating the data by using graphical elements and annotation. Thematic maps contrast general reference maps, which tend to display information on a variety of subjects — vegetation, topology, roads, and highways, for example. A thematic map will always focus on one particular subject matter. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM can be helpful as a tool for creating maps of countries and regions of the world. It allows you to draw continental maps quickly and easily using the special templates and vector stencils libraries.

How to Create a Directional Map

Travelers often use directional maps to find directions for certain places. These maps are guiding millions of tourists to explore towns and cities worldwide. Searching addresses on a map, view nearby businesses, get driving directions - this is only a little of what directional maps is needed. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM allows you to create various kinds of directional maps. You can easily visualize city maps or destinations with driving directions and traveler information using special vector stencils libraries.

How to Create a Concept Map

The graphical technique of knowledge representation in the form of structured networks of concepts (ideas) is called concept mapping. Concept network consists of shapes that represent concepts and connectors representing relationships between concepts. The difference between mind maps and concept maps is that a mind map has only one object depicting the main idea, while a concept map may have several. Concept mapping is used to structure ideas, to communicate a complex system of knowledge, to help the learning process, etc. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM allows you to draw concept maps using the Concept Map solution.