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How to Show the Relationship Between Topics

Any mind map contains topics that are arranged in a radial structure. It depicts the relation (semantic, causal, association, etc.) between the concepts, parts and components of the main idea. In addition to the main connections that make the structure of a mind map, topics can be linked with other lines. ConceptDraw MINDMAP allows you to show the relationships between topics, which belong to different parts of the mind map structure, but also influence each other. Relationships help to show and organize complex interconnections between topics of mind map visually. Such communication is also very important - the mind map, where many topics are not related, tends to turn into a common text!

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The role of ConceptDraw MINDMAP is to organize and plan idea development and communicate between process participants. Mind maps are convenient to prepare presentations for team and management and send task lists and related information.

How To Create an Affinity Diagram Using ConceptDraw Office

Affinity diagram is designed to prepare the data for further analysis of the cause-effect relationships.The Affinity diagram shows the structure of large, complex factors that have an influence on a problem, and then divides them up into a smaller and simpler structure. We recommend using a mind map for Brainstorming and collecting the factors affecting the problem. The ability to create an Affinity diagram from a mind map is supported by the ConceptDraw Seven Management and Planning Tools solution.

How to Create a Fishbone (Ishikawa) Diagram Quickly

A Fishbone (Ishikawa) diagram is also called cause-and-effect diagram. Fishbone diagram is often used in business to determine the cause of some problem. The diagram illustrates the main causes and sub-causes leading to an event. The main goal of the Fishbone diagram is to illustrate in a graphical way the relationship between a given outcome and all the factors that influence this outcome. The complete diagram resembles a fish skeleton as its name implies. The ability to create a Fishbone Diagram is supported by the Fishbone Diagram solution. Use ConceptDraw MINDMAP for structuring data and then ConceptDraw PRO for generating a Fishbone Diagram from mind map structure.