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Three Categories Euler Diagram with One Shared Inclusive Category within Two Overlapping Categories
from deck Euler Diagrams of Set Relationship (PPT Template)

Three Categories Euler Diagram with One Shared Inclusive Category within Two Overlapping Categories

Slide Content

The slide presents a three-part Euler diagram illustrating the relationships between three categories. Category A and Category B are distinct, and they overlap to create a shared space labeled Category AB, signifying elements common to both A and B. There's a third space enclosed within these two, labeled Category ABC, indicating elements common to all three categories. Accompanying each category area are text boxes for further description and clarification, suggesting that each segment of the diagram can be expanded upon to convey more detailed information.

Graphical Look

  • Three large, overlapping circles in blue, green, and red represent the Euler diagram.
  • Each circle is associated with a text box and an icon, reflecting a specific category.
  • Blue circle with a dollar sign and arrow icon representing "Category A."
  • Green circle with a diamond icon representing "Category B."
  • The overlap of blue and green circles has a cloud and communication icon denoting "Category AB."
  • The central overlap (red) has a cogwheel icon indicating "Category ABC."
  • Placeholder text is present in each text box and inside the circles indicating where users can enter their own content.
  • Vertical colored bars align with each text box to visually connect the text to its corresponding area in the Euler diagram.
  • Colors are consistently used to differentiate elements: blue for "A," green for "B," and red for the central overlapping "ABC" section.

The slide has a clean and professional design with visually distinct areas for each category supported by corresponding icons, making it engaging and easy to understand.

Use Cases

  • To illustrate the common elements between two projects, departments, or concepts in a business presentation.
  • In training materials to explain how different skill sets overlap between various job roles.
  • During strategic planning or brainstorming sessions to identify areas of potential synergy or integration between services or products.
  • In marketing presentations to show the target audience segments and how they intersect with different products or campaign strategies.

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