Get some printable examples of Euler diagrams to help you study sets and the relationships. These diagrams are provided in high quality and you can save it right from your browser and print it directly! The first one below is the basic Euler diagram.

So, what is exactly this diagram about? A Euler diagram is a diagrammatic means of representing sets and their relationships. These diagrams are particularly useful for explaining complex hierarchies and overlapping definitions. They are often confused with Venn diagrams. Now look at the following examples, they do look alike with Venn.

Each Euler curve divides the plane into two regions or “zones”: the interior, which symbolically represents the elements of the set, and the exterior, which represents all elements that are not members of the set. Curves whose interior zones do not intersect represent disjoint sets. Unlike Venn diagrams, which show all possible relations between different sets, the Euler diagram shows only relevant relationships. Looking at the details of the set and relationships, you’ll know that these two diagrams are different.

In Venn diagrams, overlapped circles don’t necessarily indicate a commonality between sets, just a possible logical relationship, unless their labels are in the intersecting circle. All of the diagrams that we provided above are the Euler diagram examples. With these diagrams, hopefully, you will get better knowledge and information about the diagrams!