Causal Loop Diagram Example: Electricity Causal Loop Diagram


This is a Causal Loop Diagram example created with the Causal Diagram tool. It shows the relationships between electricity's demand and consumption. The kind of impact, either positive or negative, is represented by + and -. For example, business growth causes a higher demand for power, which causes a negative impact on the reliability of electricity.

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What is Causal Loop Diagram?

Causal loop diagrams (CLD) are used in visualizing how different variables in a system are interrelated. CLD consists of a set of nodes and edges. Nodes represent the variables while edges are the links that represent the relationship between the variables. A relationship that results in positive outcome is marked positive and a link marked negative indicates a negative relation.

How to draw a Causal Loop Diagram (CLP)?

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