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Getting Started

  • Welcome to! is a web application that allows users to share their knowledge using concept maps. Don't worry if you don't know what a concept map is; you'll soon be an expert after a quick skim through this guide. We hope you'll find it extremely easy to learn new things quickly by looking at concept maps that others have created, and to share your own expertise by creating some of your own.

  • captures knowledge in Concept Maps. A concept map is a visual representation of the connections between concepts in a particular domain of knowledge. Examples might include Asset Management, Customer Service, Product Management, Order Processing or anything else you can come up with that can be thought of as an area of expertise. They can include business domains like Accounts Receivable, technical domains like Web Application Architecture, design domains like Mobile UI Screen Flow, just to name a few.

  • This lesson will show you how to create your first concept map using

  • You can (and should) describe each concept in your map to make it even more understandable to your readers. This lesson will show you how.

Exploring Large Domains


  • allows you to style descriptions of maps and concepts using wiki-style markup. This lesson will show you how.

  • lets you collaborate with other users by giving them the right to edit a domain that you own. This lesson will show you how.

  • has built-in support for certain predicates that tend to appear in many concept maps. These are called "well-known" predicates. This lesson will show you how to use them in your concept maps and understand them in concept maps built by others.

  • allows you to see all the propositions for a domain or a concept at once and edit them using simple plain text. This lesson shows you how.

  • lets you nominate certain concepts in your domain as more important than others. This makes it easier for your readers to approach a complex domain by first focusing on just the key concepts. This lesson will show you how.

  • allows you to easily rename domains and concepts. This lesson will show you how.

  • Concept maps can grow and change quickly and it can be hard to keep up if you're not checking them frequently. lets you keep up with the changes to a concept map by providing an RSS feed of the changes that are made over time. This lesson will show you how to use them.

  • Concept maps can be very handy in hard copy. This lesson will show you how to print your concept maps.

Frequently Asked Questions