A Venn diagram is a diagram that employs circles to depict the connections between items or finite groupings of things. Circles that overlap share characteristics, but circles that do not overlap do not.
Venn diagrams are useful for visualizing the similarities and contrasts between two concepts. They have long been acknowledged for their value as instructional aids. Venn diagrams have been utilized as part of the introductory logic curriculum and in elementary-level educational plans all across the world since the mid-twentieth century.