Countries Of The World – Base Atlas

Countries Of The World – Base Atlas

Countries Of The World – Base Atlas
Countries Of The World - Base Atlas
Visually structured framework of rich knowledge seed branches of macro geographic regions, sub-regions and ISO3166-1 defined countries of the world that is the base for all our global atlas maps. Published Nov 2021
Price: £4.99

Our Countries of the World – Base Atlas provides the base visual knowledge framework for all our ‘atlas’ knowledge maps about the countries of the world. It is comprised of knowledge seed branches for each country – as officially defined by ISO-3166-1: Codes For The Representation Of Names Of Countries – arranged as sub-branches within in an ‘org-tree’ base framework of seed branches for every UN defined Macro Geographical (Continental) Regions, Intermediary Regions & Sub-Regions.

All the seed  branches have a rich range of visual knowledge elements embedded within, or attached to, them…

  • images such as flags & thumbnail maps.
  • multiple hyperlinks to official / definitive / plain old useful online knowledge resources such as the United Nations, CIA and Wikipedia.
  • contextual geostatistical data such as as area & population in the form of embedded data cells, tables & charts.
  • index marker tags that enable the map to be filtered to show only branches with those values.

Combined together in one map, they provide a rich ‘base level’ of contextual knowledge & knowledge resource links about every country of the world, and the ‘bigger picture’ of the macro-geographic region & sub-region of which it is part.

For MindManager users, as with all our maps, it is also both a base map to add their own content to, or a source of content that can be added to their own existing maps.

Explore the other tabs for comprehensive descriptions of the knowledge seed branches and knowledge link collections that make up this knowledge atlas map….

Knowledge Map Guide

New to our ground-breaking knowldge maps? Get the low down –  file formats, using HTML maps for beginners, the benefits and the origins of how we got started creating them – in our map guide below…

By combining our unique range of  data / information / knowledge hunting & cartographic expertise with MindManager’s many unique ‘information cartography’ capabilities for visually mapping it, we are able to…

  • Map any sort of ‘knowledge space’ – By capturing the ‘things’ that make up any ‘space’ of human interest and endeavour – be it physical, virtual, conceptual or whatever – as branches in a MindManager ‘tree diagram’ map, we create a digital, visually structured, knowledge framework that not only records what entities make up ‘the space’, but also the hierachical relationships between them.
  • Map knowledge resources about the space – By attaching (often multiple) hyperlinks to public domain knowledge resources about the entities to their branch in the map – be they official, definitive or just plain old useful – they become both more easily discoverable within the ‘bigger picture’ context of the whole map, and more easily accessible as they are never more than a couple of mouse clicks away! No more scrolling through endless search results (assuming you know what to look for in the first place of course).
  • Incorporate contextual knowledge – Using MindManager’s many unique ‘information cartography’ features some of the core information contained in the linked resources can be embedded within, or attached to, the map branches – such as images of ‘traditional’ geographic maps (eg. location maps) or basic geo-statistical data like size and population – creating ‘knowledge seed branches’ that both act as mini knowledge portals in their own right and negate the need to consult the resources for basic information.


Explore the other tabs in this guide to find out more….


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