Venn Diagram Examples

Venn Diagram Examples

Venn diagrams have a wide range of applications in teaching and business. With Lucidchart, you can easily create and share diagrams from your browser. This page will showcase several Venn diagram examples which are free to use.

With plenty of examples and a Venn diagram shape library to help you make your own diagrams from scratch, it’s simple to create charts for your classroom or business. See how Lucidchart can help you make Venn diagrams today!

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Venn diagram example

This template visually represents an intersection of three categories. With striking colors and easily legible text, this diagram is customizable for classrooms or work places. Add or take away circles with drag-and-drop technology; you can also change your diagram’s colors with a few clicks. It’s simple to add notes, images, or links on any document. Whether you’re a beginner or expert in diagramming, you’ll find a Venn diagram example that suits your needs.


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Venn diagram examples in Lucidchart

Lucidchart has several Venn diagram examples to get you started. With a customizable template, there’s no need to worry about the layout and design of your diagram. Just plug and play! The gallery below showcases several templates to get you started.

2-circle Venn diagram example

2-circle Venn diagram example

While the previous Venn diagram labeled an intersection of sets (A ∩ B ∩ C), this 2-circle diagram encourages you to think about a union of two sets (A ∪ B). What real-world example would represent A, B, or both A and B?

4-circle Venn diagram example

4-circle Venn diagram example

This Venn diagram combines form and function in an appealing fashion.To accurately represent a four-category Venn diagram, it’s important to use ellipses, not circles. You can customize this template’s color and add text.

5-circle Venn diagram example

5-circle Venn diagram example

There are 31 possible categories in a Venn diagram with 5 sets. Use this template with your students or colleagues to demonstrate the fundamentals of set theory. Send them a link to collaborate in real time.


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