Concept Maps are very similar to an idea web. This type of graphic organizer can analyze one single topic instead of two or more topics at once. A concept map and an idea web look very similar, with circles stemming out from the center. The difference is that an idea web is for comparing while a concept map is for brainstorming and organizing. It should be noted here that Concept maps sometimes stem out in so many directions that they end up looking complicated. These graphic organizers are good for many stages of content production, from the messy brainstorm stage to the more structured hierarchical organization. This type of organizational chart usually ends up very large and complex. It is more suited for personal use than for an infographic or presentation. Although, a concept map is sometimes used for data visualizations that show connections between topics.