Free Diagram Template: 4-Vector Venn Diagram

Once a month, we post a free, downloadable Gliffy template here on the Pirate (B)log. This month, we’re offering a 4-vector Venn diagram for you to download.

Venn diagrams, introduced by John Venn in 1880, are one of the best ways to graphically represent the relationships between overlapping groups. Which is pretty easy if you have only two overlapping groups. And not that hard if you have three. But what about four overlapping groups? Well, when that happens, Gliffy's Kerry Liu created this 4-vector Venn diagram template to help you out.

Warning: I have had the Captain Planet theme song stuck in my head all morning!

Gliffy's 4-vector Venn diagram template

How to use this template
Download 4-vector_Venn.gxml (right-click the link and save the file), then follow the instructions below for your version of Gliffy:

Gliffy Online

  1. Sign into Gliffy Online.
  2. Select Import a File as a Template.
  3. Click Browse and upload 4-vector_Venn.gxml.
  4. Click Create Document.

Gliffy Confluence Plugin

  1. Go to the wiki page where you would like to add the diagram.
  2. Click Add > Gliffy Diagram.
  3. Select Import from the menu.
  4. Click Browse and upload 4-vector_Venn.gxml.
  5. Select the file you just uploaded and click Create.

Note: If you are a Gliffy Confluence Plugin user and you've already upgraded to our HTML5 editor, you can download the HTML5-ready 4-vector_Venn.gon, in Gliffy GON format.

Gliffy JIRA Plugin

  1. Go to the issue where you would like to add the diagram.
  2. Click More Actions > Add/Edit Gliffy Diagram.
  3. Click New Document.
  4. Select Import a File as a Template from the menu.
  5. Click Browse and upload 4-vector_Venn.gxml.
  6. Click Create Document.