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element associated with an idea. Multiple elements can form links to a concept. Links indicate that elements are associated with the idea represented by the concept. For example, if you learn about infections, you can define a concept flu virus. You can link this concept with many elements related to flu. Each time you want to learn about flu, you might begin from the concept flu virus. Concepts can also form concept groups, which are sets of elements located in the same portion of the knowledge tree. For example, you may create a concept called chemistry to group all your knowledge in the area of chemistry. See also: Concepts