What is a Diagram area

In the What is a Diagram area of ConceptDraw's Solution Park you will find a collection of templates, samples, and libraries containing design elements for use in the most popular styles of diagrams and mind maps. The diagrams found in these solutions conceptualize ideas in a recognizable form, and visualize qualitative information and knowledge. Use them to help generate creativity, and define ideas and concepts, information structures, and logical relationships.

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Block Diagrams

This solution contains graphics and notation needed to create block diagrams, that can visualize high level concepts of business, engineering, and software system design.

Bubble Diagrams

Bubble diagrams (also known as bubble charts, or spray diagrams) visualize ideas and concepts by organizing them in a hierarchy, where the strength of a relationship and importance of an idea is shown by its proximity to the central concept. To compare two different ideas, and show shared and individual sub-ideas, use bubble diagrams with two central concepts. Their practical applications include business illustrations, presentations, planning, design, and strategy development.

Circle-Spoke Diagrams

Circle-spoke diagrams (spoke charts) have a central item surrounded by other items in a circle. Use this solution to show the features or components of a central item in a number of areas, including marketing, management documents, and presentations.

Circular Arrows Diagrams

Circular arrows diagrams (segmented cycle diagrams) visualize a sequence of steps, tasks, or events as a circular flow. They are used to view a processing cycle in marketing, management documents, and presentations.

Concept Maps

Concept maps act a bit like a brainstorm, allowing you to visualize relationships that occur in a concept. They are often used to organize and present knowledge.


All the icons, symbols and connectors needed for creating standardized notation flowcharts are contained within this solution.

Venn Diagrams

Create Venn diagrams using ConceptDraw PRO. Use them to illustrate simple set relationships in logic, statistics, mathematics, sociology, or marketing. They are also commonly used to visually summarize the status and future viability of a project.