Monthly planner template
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The Venn diagram is one of the simplest ways to show visually the relationships between elements and their groups. These widely known charts were invented by John Venn in about 1880 and since then they have been used to illustrate a number of relationships in the theory of probability, statistics, logic, and other fields.
In the Venn diagram, circles are considered as the groups that are united by some common features. Areas where the circles are superposed indicate what common features have the elements from these groups. For example, using the Venn diagram, where one circle denotes what you want to do for your business, and the other is what you have now, you can find things that you have and want to do in a common area.
The circles in the Venn diagram can partially overlap, superpose or do not coincide at all, what allows you to quickly see the relationship between the groups. Therefore, the Venn diagrams in PowerPoint is the slide with Venn chart that will help to identify the common features, differences, relations between objects.
The Venn diagram is used to explain the interrelationships of elements, a visual demonstration of organizational systems, an illustration of complex systems and phenomena.
This slide is devoted to the Venn diagram. It is a simple convenient tool to consider the issue in terms of relations between its constituents. The slide is available for various versions of PowerPoint software, even the new ones. Retina Ready and necessary Aspect ratio are present. The slide is well-structured and professionally organized. A well-developed content slide allows describing the topic and demonstrating the issue schematically. Text blocks are provided to describe the data presented in the scheme. Such slide will come useful in any report, business project, and marketing analysis.
The template is an indispensable tool in case if you want to present information clearly and logically. A visual scheme presents data and text provided nearby explains it.