# Difference between revisions of "Spidergrams"

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[[Image:Spider map.jpg|thumb|113px| The outline of a spider map]] | [[Image:Spider map.jpg|thumb|113px| The outline of a spider map]] | ||

− | Spidergrams, spider diagrams and spider maps are all terms used to describe a mindmap-like hierarchical | + | Spidergrams, spidergraphs, spider diagrams and spider maps are all terms used to describe a mindmap-like hierarchical diagram. |

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+ | === Other uses of these terms === | ||

The time "spider diagram" also has a disputed meaning related to Euler or Venn diagrams in mathematics - see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spider_diagram | Wikipedia entry] | The time "spider diagram" also has a disputed meaning related to Euler or Venn diagrams in mathematics - see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spider_diagram | Wikipedia entry] | ||

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+ | The term "spidergram" also has alternative meanings: | ||

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+ | "Spidergrams are histogram like plots of the abundances of a set of elements in an analyzed sample relative to their abundance in some standard." <ref>http://instruct.uwo.ca/earth-sci/300b-001/spider.htm</ref> | ||

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## Revision as of 11:44, 4 November 2008

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Spidergrams, spidergraphs, spider diagrams and spider maps are all terms used to describe a mindmap-like hierarchical diagram.

### Other uses of these terms[edit]

The time “spider diagram” also has a disputed meaning related to Euler or Venn diagrams in mathematics – see the | Wikipedia entry

The term “spidergram” also has alternative meanings:

“Spidergrams are histogram like plots of the abundances of a set of elements in an analyzed sample relative to their abundance in some standard.” ^{[1]}

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