Blank Venn diagrams
Blank Venn diagrams: The diagram consists of two or more circles that are interactive with each other meaning that they cross at intersections. These circles are then bound and have common interests that can be explained by the linking parts of any two circles. There can be literally hundreds of sets of diagrams in the Venn diagram as long as you can differentiate between the sets. This makes the Venn diagram very adaptable in many areas of related subjects.
Used to compare the contrast between two or more subjects this diagram is designed to give objectivity to the surrounding primary subject matter. Once the primary information is added to the largest parts of the first two co-existing circles then the finer details of the corresponding subjects can be added to the link. This is where information that is relative to both primary subjects can be placed in order to give them relevance to each other. This is the simple meaning of the Venn diagrams however more complex theories do exist.