Linguistics students can create a circular diagram to represent the information they receive from reading/listening/conversation. As you can see from the below circular diagram, the primary benefit of creating a circular diagram lies in its cyclical structure of inputs and outputs, where there are no dead-ends in any sub-processes. It is recommended to use EdrawMax Online to create a similar-looking circular diagram. The free graphic maker offers circular chart shapes like circular motion, circle, trapezoid ring, basic loop, divergent circle, divergent blocks, highlight circle, variable radian, bevel style circle, circle pie, and others. EdrawMax Online can also export the diagram into multiple formats, including MS Visio, making remote team collaboration extremely easier.