What Is a Circle Spoke Diagram
What is a Circle Spoke Diagram? It is a diagram which has a central item surrounded by other items in a circle. The Circle Spoke Diagrams are often used to show the features or components of the central item in marketing and management documents and presentations.
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM extended with Business Diagrams Solution from the Management Area is the best software for creating Circle-Spoke Diagrams.
Example 1. What Is a Circle Spoke Diagram?
What is a Circle Spoke Diagram and what tools offers the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software for drawing them? The Business Diagrams Solution provides the extensive drawing tools, a set of predesigned templates and samples, and Circle-Spoke Diagrams library with wide variety of different ready-to use shapes for drawing the Circle-Spoke Diagrams in seconds.
Example 2. Circle-Spoke Diagrams Library Design Elements
You can design your diagram in new document using the ready shapes or choose any desired Circle-Spoke Diagram sample from the offered in ConceptDraw STORE that meets your requirements and change it for your needs.
Example 3. Circle-Spoke Diagram - CASA Exposition
The Circle-Spoke Diagrams you see on this page were created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Business Diagrams Solution. They illustrate what is a Circle Spoke Diagram and how to create it in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating each of them.
Use the Business Diagrams Solution to design your own professional-looking Circle-Spoke Diagrams of any complexity fast and easy.
All source documents are vector graphic documents. They are available for reviewing, modifying, or converting to a variety of formats (PDF file, MS PowerPoint, MS Visio, and many other graphic formats) from the ConceptDraw STORE. The Business Diagrams Solution is available for all ConceptDraw DIAGRAM or later users.
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To visualize the relationships between subsets of the universal set you can use Venn diagrams. To construct one, you should divide the plane into a number of cells using n figures. Each figure in the chart represents a single set of, and n is the number of represented sets. Splitting is done in a way that there is one and only one cell for any set of these figures, the points of which belong to all the figures from the set and do not belong to others. The plane on which the figures are represented, is the universal set U. Thus, the point which does not belong to any of the figures, belongs only to U.
Picture: Multi Layer Venn Diagram. Venn Diagram Example
Computer networks nowadays are spread all across the world. The large number of parameters, such as geographic scale or communication protocols, can divide networks. One of the most common types of networks is called local area network (LAN). It convenient to represent network examples by means of diagrams.
This local area network (LAN) diagram provides an easy way to see the way the devices in a local network are interacted. The diagram uses a library containing specific symbols to represent network equipment , media and the end-user devices such as computers (PC, mac, laptop) , network printer, hubs, server and finally a modem. There are two types of network topologies: physical and logical. The current diagram represents precisely a physical type of LAN topology because it refers to the physical layout of a local network equipment.
Picture: Local area network (LAN). Computer and Network Examples
Designing a workspace or office involves careful consideration of form and function. Conceptdraw offers you all nessesary office design elements in one library. Combine, match, design and create!
Picture: Office - Design Elements
Human resources is the set of individuals who make up the workforce of an organization, business sector, or economy. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software extended with unique HR Flowcharts Solution from the Management Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park is the best for designing various flowcharts and diagrams in the field of human resources management.
Picture: Human Resources
In software engineering, it is important to understand how the system would cooperate with external sources, like data sources. To give this information a visual representation, data flow diagrams (DFD) were used for years. The entire system is usually divided into smaller ones, and all of them process data flows in appropriate ways.
The visualizing business processes which engages the data transfer, is commonly preformed using DFDs (data flow diagrams). DFD is used to show the data flow processing and transformation. This DFD represents the electronic system of a customer purchase. It was created using Gane/Sarson notation. Data flow diagrams helps you to sort through and clarify transferring process making it available for analysis, and representation. ConceptDraw DFD solution introduces the vector library, containing the full set of icons from DFD notations.
Picture: Data Flow Diagram (DFD)
A Telecommunications network is a network of nodes, links, trunks and telephone switches that are connected, operated by telephone companies and realize telephone, audio, visual and data communications among the users. The telecommunications network can also include Internet, microwave, wireless equipment.
This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and shows the Telecommunications network.
Picture: Telecommunication networks. Computer and Network Examples
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM vector diagramming and drawing software extended with Business Diagrams solution from the Management Area is a powerful software that will help you design professional-looking Circular Arrow Diagrams.
Picture: Circular Arrow
A block diagram is a diagram of a system in which the principal parts or functions are represented by blocks connected by lines that show the relationships of the blocks. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Block Diagrams Solution from the "Diagrams" Area is a powerful Block Diagram Creator.
Picture: Block Diagram Creator
The Ishikawa diagram, Cause and Effect diagram, Fishbone diagram — all they are the names of one and the same visual method for working with causal connections. Originally invented by Kaoru Ishikawa to control the process quality, the Ishikawa diagram is well proven in other fields of management and personal scheduling, events planning, time management. It is a chart in the form of a fish, whose head is a problem, the fins are variants for its causes.
To design easily the Fishbone diagram, you can use a special ConceptDraw DIAGRAM vector graphic and diagramming software which contains the powerful tools for Fishbone diagram problem solving offered by Fishbone Diagrams solution for the Management area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Picture: Fishbone Diagram Problem Solving
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM extended with Target and Circular Diagrams Solution from the Marketing Area is a convenient and useful tool for creating Relative Circular Diagrams.
Target and Circular Diagrams Solution with large number of templates and samples of Circular Diagrams, and Circular Diagram library with various vector objects will help you in your diagramming process.
Picture: Relative Circular Diagram