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Published on Mar 13, 2014
The Mind Map is our visual search tool. Check the dot next to mind map and run your search. You are running a search within your credo title list and will see the same results in your mind map search that you'll see running a keyword search - they'll just be displayed in a different manner.
Click the plus sign on the top right of the box to expand your map to full screen.
With one glance you can build context for your topic, discover relationships between ideas and see avenues to narrow or expand your research.
Every bubble represents a different full text article from one of your Literati reference books. Mouse over a node to see a pop up box that will tell you what reference entry that bubble points to.
To open an article, click the link that reads "open entry". Your full text article will open in a new tab, allowing you to explore the full text - or easily close the new tab to return to your mind map.
To create a new map, click a bubble to make that term the center of your map. You will see new terms spread across your screen giving you further options to explore.
You have tools over on the left side of the screen that allow you see fewer results. Or greater results.
And if you want to switch gears entirely, type a new term into the box on the top right side of the screen.