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is Scapple the best for "thinking on paper"

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Posted by washere
Nov 26, 2017 at 04:38 PM

 

“Thinking Space”? I don’t know what that means but there are two separate genres of software which should not be confused. One is “Mind Map” and I believe lit&latte do not call Scapple a MindMap due to the non-hierarchical aspect.

There is a second genre separate from MindMaps, some call it White-Board some Cork-Boards some Stickies (M3, Yellow etc), some Index-Cards etc. I call this second genre “Virtual Boards”. These are quite different and I do not confuse them with MindMaps which have a fairly defined definition consensus though some still disagree on that, avoiding a mental hodgepodge of comparative reviews across 2 separate genres.

After testing numerous options, I settled on a few “Virtual Boards” tools and even then, each to suit the task at hand. Can’t afford to over-generalize there either. Horses for courses.

 


Posted by Dellu
Nov 26, 2017 at 04:44 PM

 

Stephen Zeoli wrote:
This topic inspired me to create a Tinderbox map showing some of the
>ways you might use such a map as a thinking space. You can view the
>screenshot here:
> >https://www.dropbox.com/s/rm3xfmuxzjwu1yf/Tinderbox%20Thinking%20Space.jpg?dl=0
>

This is beautiful map Stephen.  Tinderbox is damn sexy when maneuvered by the professional!
Thank you.

 


Posted by Dellu
Nov 26, 2017 at 05:01 PM

 

Here is a map I created in 2013 to represent the relations among my research tools in 2013.
it is totally ugly; but was fast to write and practical.

https://dellu.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/research_workflow.png

I can only imagine how beautifully it could have been done in TB.

 


Posted by Dellu
Nov 26, 2017 at 05:03 PM

 

It is funny I put Tinderbox and Scapple stuck together on that map.

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Nov 26, 2017 at 07:20 PM

 

Nice map. I bet it was also fun to build it.

Dellu wrote:
Here is a map I created in 2013 to represent the relations among my
>research tools in 2013.
>it is totally ugly; but was fast to write and practical.
> >https://dellu.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/research_workflow.png
> >I can only imagine how beautifully it could have been done in TB.

 


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