Venn Diagram Example: Team Formation

Description:

Here is a Venn diagram for team formation. This Venn diagram categorizes the team members into three sets - CS team, engineering team and marketing team. The name of members who take part in two or more teams are put under the overlapping region of the sets. With Venn diagram, you can easily recognize the relationship between sets of items, such as commonalities and differences.

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What is Venn Diagram?

Venn diagram (also called set diagram) represents logical sets pictorially as circles, common elements of the sets being represented by intersections of the circles. This type of diagram is used in scientific and engineering presentations, in theoretical mathematics, in computer applications, and in statistics. Venn diagrams can also be utilized as a visual representation of the concepts and their association with each other. Venn diagrams use circles to represent ideas and to illustrate the relationship between the ideas. The area where the circles overlap represents commonality between the ideas, and the areas that do not overlap represent dissimilar ideas. Venn diagrams can be useful while brainstorming topics as a way to organize ideas as well as to determine the similarities and differences between them.

Characteristics of Venn Diagram

  • Grouping and collection of things, in mathematical terms, is known as a set.
  • These sets can be used to show the relationships between two or three groups.
  • Sets are used to illustrate a logical relationship between groups.
  • If circles do not intersect, then it is not a Venn diagram.
  • Venn diagrams can be represented by more than 3 sets, in the form of intersecting spheres.
  • Venn diagrams are not always made in circles but also in other different shapes.

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