I have created a few maps- one I used in particular to teach a bunch of school students, mapped the events and perspectives of different be jurors in the film '12 angry men'. This was a session on 'thinking and biases'
the Perspectives feature which pops out the relationships from a particular perspective is powerful
struggling with presenting complex maps to the audience... Perhaps some zoom in features will help
When we suggest the need to “think about it” we often assume what that means as a purely in-the-head exercise. What I find Plectica really useful for is getting what’s in my head on a canvas that allows me to more deliberate and “thoughtful” about all the factors and elements in play — and how best to explain them for a given purpose. Anytime I see a canvas or graphical heuristic, I think of how easy it would be capture in Plectica. As a tool to support analysis, planning and knowledge management, Plectica is charting new territory. Bravo team — keep up the great work!!
Plectica’s ease of use, range of possible applications, and depth of individual and collaborative utility is exceptional.
I want to contribute to maps while mobile! A mobile mode would be wonderful.
I use Plectica every day for my job and studies, it has helped me retain more information more easily, and to be able to share knowledge with my colleagues. I'd definitely recommend trying Plectica, once you've created one map, you'll be hooked and start seeing maps in all you read or learn!
The Plectica team, ease of use, collaboration options, you can map literally anything, works great.
I think having a team account, instead of just individual accounts, would be great! Imagine the exponential collaboration...