What is a gridform, one may ask.
The answer is not as difficult as it originally seemed.

Gridform is a term that describes the use of interconnected lines as a way of investigating the relationships between units within a data set. Through the creation of these lines, similarities and differences are made more visually clear. A gridform is an organizational system that simplifies the information that it is designed to express at the same time that it increases the amount and complexity of the information that can be displayed. This is, perhaps, its most important characteristic.

It may also be said that a gridform, at its root level, is a type of display for a collection of information. Gridform has existed in different configurations as long as we have tried to understand our individual positions within a larger world.

What is a gridform, one may ask.
The answer becomes more difficult the moment we attempt to answer.

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