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Anchors and Viewports

When it comes to learning and understanding how complex systems are organized, context and visualization are powerful tools. For example, it’s far more intuitive for us to use organizational charts to understand who does what and how the organization is segmented. Or consider how visualization and context can be used for maintenance tasks, navigating the actual plant floor to see the status of your machinery. In many cases, visual navigation is simply more intuitive, allowing you and your employees to better access information and understand its contexts.

In this section, you can learn more about the concept of anchors and viewports. Take a look at the following articles to learn more about the integral parts of visual navigation:

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