Bubble Diagram Example: Overprescriber Bubble Diagram

The best way to understand Bubble Diagram is to look at some examples of Bubble Diagram and start drawing your own. You can now modify the Bubble Diagram example below using Visual Paradigm's online Bubble Diagram tool.

Why We Use Bubble Diagram for Initial Design?

Bubble diagrams depict the plan with element like circles and ovals. Each circle, or bubble, represents the space needed to carry out a function, such as dining, restroom, study, workspace and even pathways. Those circles get you involved in functional aspects of design, such as privacy, circulation, noise, daylight.

Bubble diagrams model not only the utilization of spaces within the site or building, but also consider the relationships between them. They suggest what circles (function of the plan) should be near each other in order to consider the proposed functionality can be served in a more efficient way.

How to create a Bubble Diagram?

Have you ever wondered how to draw Bubble Diagram with a diagram tool like Visio but with more great diagramming features? VP Online Diagrams is the answer.

  1. Create a blank Bubble Diagram.
  2. From the diagram palette, select the shapes you need and drop them onto the diagram. Arrange and connect shapes with connector lines.
  3. When you are done, save it (File > Save as) to our cloud repository for future access. You can also export your diagram into an image (PNG, SVG, JPG, PDF and more) and share it with your co-workers.

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