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Picture 3: "where / where" = map

  1. Part 3: "where / where"
    While in parts 1 and 2 the tasks of determining the object and the calculations associated with it are solved, in part 3 (the way of seeing "where / where"), the movement of each object is noted and monitored both in relation to other objects and in relation to ourselves *. In Part 3, this is done by processing the summands of the incoming visual signal, containing clues about the location, for example
  2. Card 2: where is the money?
    A few years ago one bank asked me for help. The bank needed to understand which customers bring him a lot of money, and which - losses. The problem is that the heads of the departments have invested a lot of effort into working with clients, who brought them only losses. As a result, managers could not concentrate their efforts on developing relations with more promising clients. Bank wanted
  3. Map 1: where is my data?
    If we take the business world, then one of the places where we see a lot of maps is a branch of technology, especially technical architecture. As the name suggests, the technical architecture involves answering questions where different measuring devices, computers, servers, programs are connected, which allows the system to collect useful data, and us (users) to access them. AT
  4. Where they turn for instruction.
    The United States Joint Commission on Mental Health and Mental Health conducted the study nationwide, using conventional sampling techniques, to find out where people turn to for help on their own personal problems. As a result, the following statistics were obtained: to the priest - 42%; to a doctor with general medical training - 29%; to a psychiatrist
  5. To where do I want to go?
    I'm going to relatives. Towards this end By the end of the week, the preposition to implies a destination and a goal. There is something, towards where we are heading and where we want to go. The first stage of thinking is connected with the goal. • "What is the purpose of my thinking?" • "What do I hope to achieve as a result of thinking?" • "What am I thinking?" The first stage symbol depicts the dotted line,
  6. How does the lucky occasion come and Where does it go?
    Approximately as to Emelya from a fairy tale: Emelya took buckets and went for water; scooped up water, and hit him pike in a bucket. Emelya was delighted: - Hooray! Now I'll cook this pike, we'll put it on myself, I'll get my angry mother to eat, she will soften, she'll give me a carrot. The pike says to him in a human voice: Do not eat me, Emelya; let go again into the water, you will be happy! What happiness do you have? But what happiness: what you say, it will be!
  7. Picture 4: "when" = time line
    The suprachiasmatic nucleus measures changes in the light seen by our eyes and transmits information to the hypothalamus, which (besides many other functions) controls the performance of our biological clocks. Do you know that there is a part in our vision system that keeps track of whether darkness is coming around *? She uses this information to tell us when to go to sleep. If
  8. General Intellect Card
    When you are engaged in a long-term project, the maintenance of a giant-sized intelligence card, a general one, can make a big difference in that it reflects information about all the main thematic sections of your work or study; theories; personalities with whom you intersect in your work; and the events taking place during the project. Every time after reading a new
  9. Why do some pictures work and others do not?
    Over the years, helping people solve problems with pictures, I was often surprised that some types of pictures helped clarify the situation, while others only worsened understanding. This is not related to picture quality. For example, people in diagram A were drawn much more accurately than the contours of figures in diagram B, but this did not help to make diagram A more simple to understand. It did not have
  10. Intelligence card as a multidimensional mnemonic method
    Mnemonic techniques use imagination and associations to create an easy-to-remember image. Along with imagination and association, the intelligence card uses a combination of all human cortical abilities, resulting in a highly effective multidimensional mnemonic method. "Multidimensional" in the context in question means that the intelligence map allows you to create
  11. Exercise "card of envy"
    Your envy card will consist of three columns. In the first list those who you envy. In the second, explain why. Be as accurate and specific as possible. In the third column, mention something that you could do to creatively risk, thus getting rid of envy. When envy stings like a snake, you need an urgent antidote. Who Why the Action-Antidote
  12. Your pictures are "why". Theme and variations
    I. Simple truth Draw a simple "good enough" portrait, showing why visual thinking is a powerful way to solve problems. My decision is given in the appendix on p. 374. 2. Scientific Scheme Create a simple multifactor scheme that can illustrate one or two links between the following data sets: the proportion of participants in a typical business meeting,
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