Stencils tagged with ‘map’
The lost continent. But not any longer! The Africa OmniGraffle Stencil, I presume? Here's to you discovering the Africa OmniGraffle Stencil, complete with country shapes with all the features you've come to expect in .gstencils. Pop up names, Wikipedia links and scale! Ghana, Chad, Namibia, Morocco and many, many more - they...more
Is your penguin pining for home? Does he mutter about the balmy waters of McMurdo Sound under his fishy breath? Download this Antarctic map stencil and make him feel right at home! It will also make you feel really, really small, since Antarctica is rather large. How large? You can see by copying/pasting (or option-dragging)...more
Asia / Middle East / Australia / Oceania
Asia? I'd like you to meet Europe. Europe? Asia... Turkey, Russia, how do you handle the confusion? Luckily, you and over 50 of your friends fall into the non-European part of that Eurasian land mass. But wait, there's more! A little to the south and a little to the east you have Australia - continent or island, you decide....more
A stencil set of buildings made out of simple objects and gradient fills.
Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) v2.0 visual elements
This stencil contains a comprehensive collection of Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) v2.0 visual elements. Clean and easy to use out-of-the-box, this stencil is suitable for anyone seeking no-frill notational symbols with all elements in one stencil. Your diagrams will look professional on-screen and print nicely,...more
This stencil has been created at the same scale as our "States of the USA" stencil, using Natural Resources Canada data.
Concentric Corners (Subway map type)
Collection of concentric corners of a type that may be used to create subway maps, etc. Select a group of corners and drag to your canvas, then ungroup to use individual corners. This set was inspired by the NYC subway "KickMap"
A set of objects for concept map creation. Intended for research article summarizing.
DSRP Diagrams (Metamaps or "Metacognitive Maps")
MetaMaps or DSRP Diagrams were developed at Cornell University by Dr. Derek Cabrera. They are "Metacognitive Maps" that show both the information and the structure of an idea or knowledge. They are based on four universal patterns of cognition ("DSRP"). MetaMaps are used by preschoolers and PhDs, CEOs and consultants. It is...more