The Network is an automated view generated from your content in FIBRES.
What is the Network
The Network is one of the main views of FIBRES. The Network shows all your Signal Clusters, Trends, and Megatrends as an interlinked mass.
How the Network works
The Network is a visual map of all your content in FIBRES. If you don't have any Signal Clusters, Trends, and Megatrends in your account, the Network will be empty. If you have added some content, but haven't created any linkages, you will see a bunch of loose bubbles.
Signal Clusters, Trends, and Megatrends appear on the Network as bubbles of different colors: Signal Clusters in blue, Trends in green, and Megatrends in turquoise.
Signals are not included in the Network as bubbles because otherwise the Network would get crowded. The thicker the border around a bubble, the more Signals it has linked to it.
Thick lines depict human-made linkages. These linkages have been made by you or your team, or have come with the data.
Thin lines depict underlying Signal linkages. These linkages have been drawn automatically when FIBRES notices that two items share a common Signal.
- Is your Network empty? Create your first Signal Clusters, Trends, and Megatrends.
- Is your Network full of disconnected items? Create linkages between your Signal Clusters, Trends, and Megatrends.