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    #1

    map

    Does "map" in the following mean "measure" in the context?

    Or do you find yourself more often doing the legwork of solving a problem rather than innovating the solution? This is one of the skills that's easiest to map on one of those aptitude tests they used to give you as a kid.

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: map

    Yes. Measure, to see the fit, judge.

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