What is a Venn diagram?
Venn PowerPoint diagrams use overlapping circles or other shapes to illustrate logical connections between two or more sets of elements. Often they serve to graphically arrange things, emphasizing how similar and different the items are.
Venn diagrams also called set diagrams or logic diagrams, are widely used in mathematics, statistics, logic, teaching, linguistics, computer science, and business.
These can be simple PowerPoint diagrams with two or three sets of multiple elements, or they can become quite complex, including 3D presentations as they move up to six or seven sets and beyond.
Venn PowerPoint diagrams allow users to visualize data in clear, powerful ways, so they are commonly used in presentations and reports. They are closely related to the Euler diagrams, which are distinguished by the missing sets if they do not have elements. Venn diagrams show relationships, even if the set is empty.
Venn PowerPoint diagram consists of closed curves within which the elements of the sets they represent are gathered, so that:
each set is identified by a capital letter representing it;
- each element of the referential set is represented only once and is identified by its name (letter, number, etc.);
- each element of the referential set belongs to one and only one range of the diagram;
- an empty region of the diagram is hatched;
- intersections of the curves of the diagram are placed so that an attribute is represented by one and only one range; these beaches are disjoined from each other.
Use the Venn PowerPoint diagram for comparison and comparison so that viewers can clearly recognize their similarities and differences, and can take both into account when choosing books. Venn diagrams can be well used to compare character characteristics, compare two books, and the similarities and differences between the two concepts.
Venn diagrams can also be divided into three circles, four circles, and five circles, depending on the number of things to be compared and compared.
The complete Venn diagram contains three constituent elements: a series of circles represents a collection, and the number of folded circles represents a public collection and text labels displayed inside the collection.
They rotate and move freely
All figures in the Venn PowerPoint diagram can be freely rotated, moved, and resized. This allows you to control the appearance of circles and dots to fit your context and help convey the message you want to convey. Below are some examples of Venn diagrams to help you get started. Click on the diagram to view it, or click the edit button to start editing.