Blog Post - New Map and Diagram Wizards
Updated 2009-12-13 23:01
Jan 5, 2010The new Diagram Wizard and Map Wizard let you easily create diagrams and maps, such as the following diagram:
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Choose your wizardJust click the "create page" link (top of page) and select the wizard you want (from the dropdown next to the "Create" button).
Map WizardUse the Map Wizard to simply type in names of places whose locations you want to memorize. Example:
You can type in the names of cities, countries, lakes, well-known landmarks, etc.. If what you type doesn't show up try using the Diagram Wizard instead, to manually choose the locations.
Diagram WizardUse the Diagram Wizard to select an image and then click to add labels to memorize. You can use any image on the web (though first make sure the site having the image allows this).
example page created by map wizard: US States Map
It's perfect for: anatomy, memorizing people in a picture, buildings on the map where you'll have meetings or classes, and other cases where memorizing parts of an image is helpful.
You can also select a map as the background, when you want to memorize local or non-standard places on a map (otherwise, the Map Wizard is preferable).
More examples of maps and diagrams
Preview and further editingAs with all wizards, you can use the preview at the bottom to try memorizing while still on the wizard screen.
After you save the page, you can edit the page using the flexible wiki text. This will let you edit maps and diagrams, add paragraphs, and add more tables and diagrams (and anything else) to the page (using wiki text).