What is the Knowledge map?
The Knowledge map is a map that shows various knowledge areas you have already covered or have yet to learn within your chosen track. The main goal of the Knowledge map is to give you an idea and a graphical representation of your progress. Each knowledge area splits into different topic groups. Clicking on each group will lead you to several other subgroups, eventually bringing you to individual theory segments, referred to as topics. For each subgroup, you will see its total number of topics as well as your current progress: the number of topics you have already studied or verified as known. This is also reflected in the progress bar icon: once the subgroup is completed, the progress bar will be full.
Such an intuitive interface will help you study topics more efficiently and better understand the connections between related concepts within a topic group.
How can I track my progress?
At the top of the page, you can find how many topics you still have to learn for your current track and how many topics you have already studied or skipped: the former shown in solid green and the latter displayed with a diagonal hatch pattern. You can also see the number of topics required for your active project. Depending on the project of your choice, some topics will be labeled with the In project badge, and the next topic to unlock in your study plan will be marked Learn next.
How are topics and projects connected?
Topics in the Knowledge map are interconnected: you can see that some of the topics you have completed may be required for other knowledge groups.
Besides, each topic name has a number with a hammer icon next to it. This number shows how many times you have used a particular topic in the project stages. This representation gives you an idea of which topics you have already practiced well and which ones you might want to revisit and apply more confidently in your future projects.