Outline (list)

Maslow's hierarchy of human needs. This is an example of a hierarchy visualized with a triangle diagram. The hierarchical aspect represented here is that needs at lower levels of the pyramid are considered more basic and must be fulfilled before higher ones are met.

List arranged to show hierarchical relationships and is a type of tree structure.

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Maslow's hierarchy of human needs. This is an example of a hierarchy visualized with a triangle diagram. The hierarchical aspect represented here is that needs at lower levels of the pyramid are considered more basic and must be fulfilled before higher ones are met.

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An outline in Emacs Org-mode.

Outliner

An outline in Emacs Org-mode.

An outliner (or outline processor) is a specialized type of text editor (word processor) used to create and edit outlines, which are text files which have a tree structure, for organization.

A tree structure showing the possible hierarchical organization of an encyclopedia

Tree structure

Way of representing the hierarchical nature of a structure in a graphical form.

Way of representing the hierarchical nature of a structure in a graphical form.

A tree structure showing the possible hierarchical organization of an encyclopedia
The original Encyclopédie used a tree diagram to show the way in which its subjects were ordered.
A tree map used to represent a directory structure as a nested set
information diagram in the shape of a tree illustrating the "evolution" of thermionic tubes (a type of vacuum tube) between 1883 and 1934

Lists or diagrams that use indentation, sometimes called "outlines" or "tree views".

Roman numerals on stern of the ship showing draught in feet. The numbers range from 13 to 22, from bottom to top.

Roman numerals

Roman numerals are a numeral system that originated in ancient Rome and remained the usual way of writing numbers throughout Europe well into the Late Middle Ages.

Roman numerals are a numeral system that originated in ancient Rome and remained the usual way of writing numbers throughout Europe well into the Late Middle Ages.

Roman numerals on stern of the ship showing draught in feet. The numbers range from 13 to 22, from bottom to top.
A typical clock face with Roman numerals in Bad Salzdetfurth, Germany
The year number on Admiralty Arch, London. The year 1910 is rendered as, rather than the more usual
Epitaph of centurion Marcus Caelius, showing ""
Padlock used on the north gate of the Irish town of Athlone. "1613" in the date is rendered, (literally "16, 13") instead of
Excerpt from Bibliothèque nationale de France. The Roman numeral for 500 is rendered as, instead of
A triens coin (1⁄3 or 4⁄12 of an as). Note the four dots (····) indicating its value.
A semis coin (1⁄2 or 6⁄12 of an as). Note the indicating its value.
"1630" on the Westerkerk in Amsterdam. "" and "" are given archaic "apostrophus" form.
Page from a 16th-century manual, showing a mixture of apostrophus and vinculum numbers (see in particular the ways of writing 10,000).
Use of Roman numeral "" (with exaggerated serifs) contrasting with the upper case letter "I".
Roman numerals drawn with connecting lines
Entrance to section (52) of the Colosseum, with numerals still visible
13th century example of.
Spanish Real using instead of as regnal number of Charles  of Spain
The year of construction of the Cambridge Public Library, (USA) 1888, displayed in "standard" Roman numerals on its facade
Stylised "" represents "9" in unit emblem of 9th Aero Squadron AEF, 1918
Boris Yeltsin's signature, dated 10 November 1988, rendered as 10..1988.
Business hours table on a shop window in Vilnius, Lithuania
Sign at 17.9 km on route SS4 Salaria, north of Rome, Italy

Outlines that use numbers to show hierarchical relationships.

Code folding example on PHP code with Vim

Code folding

Feature of some graphical user interfaces that allows the user to selectively hide or display ("unfold") parts of a document.

Feature of some graphical user interfaces that allows the user to selectively hide or display ("unfold") parts of a document.

Code folding example on PHP code with Vim

Text folding is a similar feature used on ordinary text, where the nested elements consist of paragraphs, sections, or outline levels.

Maslow's hierarchy of human needs. This is an example of a hierarchy visualized with a triangle diagram. The hierarchical aspect represented here is that needs at lower levels of the pyramid are considered more basic and must be fulfilled before higher ones are met.

Outline of knowledge

Maslow's hierarchy of human needs. This is an example of a hierarchy visualized with a triangle diagram. The hierarchical aspect represented here is that needs at lower levels of the pyramid are considered more basic and must be fulfilled before higher ones are met.

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to knowledge:

Starting position of a game of chess

Outline of chess

Starting position of a game of chess
A Staunton chess set
Digital game clock

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to chess:

Maslow's hierarchy of human needs. This is an example of a hierarchy visualized with a triangle diagram. The hierarchical aspect represented here is that needs at lower levels of the pyramid are considered more basic and must be fulfilled before higher ones are met.

Outline of Mars

Maslow's hierarchy of human needs. This is an example of a hierarchy visualized with a triangle diagram. The hierarchical aspect represented here is that needs at lower levels of the pyramid are considered more basic and must be fulfilled before higher ones are met.

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Mars:

Glasses of red and white wine

Outline of wine

Glasses of red and white wine

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to wine

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Outline of fencing

Fencing – family of combat sports using bladed weapons.

Fencing – family of combat sports using bladed weapons.

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A foil fencer. Valid target (the torso) is in red.
A sabre fencer. Valid target (everything from the waist up, including the arms and head) is in red.
An Épée fencer. Valid target (the entire body) is in red.

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to fencing:

The location of Estonia

Outline of Estonia

The location of Estonia
An enlargeable map of the Republic of Estonia
An enlargeable relief map of Estonia
An enlargeable topographic map of Estonia
An enlargeable satellite image of Estonia

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Estonia: