Memorize Diagram Quickstart

Updated 2009-10-20 17:44

In a nutshell...

To create memorize diagrams use the Diagram Wizard.


You can add labels to existing diagrams by clicking on the diagrams.

Example memorize diagram and table





Click "memorize" in this table to try it out.

Creating and editing diagrams

Once you've created a diagram using the Diagram Wizard, you may want to edit it.


If you only need to add more labels, click on the diagram to add as many labels as you need, then click the "help" link that appears.


If you need to edit the table or slightly change the position of the labels you can click the "edit" links to edit the wiki text for the diagram. If you need to make a lot of changes, however, this can be tedious.


If you want to make significant changes to a diagram or add a whole new diagram, your best option may be to use the Diagram Wizard again. When you're finished, you can use the "edit" buttons to copy and paste the new diagram into your existing page, or maybe leave them as separate pages and link them together (see Linking Quickstart).

Changing diagram size

Click the "options" link while in the Diagram Wizard to change the size of your image. You can change the size of a diagram on an existing page by changing the NNxNN parameter. For example, [diagram:, 200x100]

More example diagrams

Some common uses for diagrams are geography, anatomy, pictures of people, and sports positions. See Some Pages With Diagrams for some example diagrams.