Specific diagram types

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See also: General diagram types

A diagram type is a diagram with a specific shape and methodology, relatively independent of any field of application. Now there is no general accepted classification of diagrams. This gallery only gives an impression of the types of diagrams in the Commons at present.

General diagram types[edit]

Main gallery: General diagram types.

General diagram types are diagrams with specific shapes and methodology present with multiple specific types in multiple fields of application. There are two kinds of general types here:

General diagram shapes[edit]

Basic or general diagrams shapes here are diagrams with a typical basic shape.

General concept diagrams[edit]

Basic or general diagrams with a typical basic concept, present in multiple fields of application.

Specific diagram types in the Natural sciences[edit]

Chemistry diagrams[edit]

See Category:Chemistry diagrams

Physics diagrams[edit]

See Category:Physics diagrams


Other Physics diagrams[edit]

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Specific diagram types in Engineering[edit]

See Category:Engineering diagrams

Systems engineering[edit]

Main gallery: systems engineering.

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Specific diagram types in Software engineering[edit]

Entity-Relationship diagram[edit]

An entity-relationship model (ERM) is an conceptual representation of structured data, often of a relational database.

See also


  • IDEF0
  • IDEF1 (entity relations)



Other specific diagram types in software engineering[edit]

See also
  • OBASHI methodology for business & IT modelling

Unified Modeling Language[edit]

Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a standardized visual specification language for object modeling in the field of software engineering.

Specific diagram types in the Social sciences[edit]

Management diagrams[edit]

Main gallery: Management diagram.

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Specific diagram types in the Formal sciences[edit]

Logic diagrams[edit]

Logic diagrams are diagrams in the field of logic, used for representation and to carry out certain types of reasoning

Mathematical diagrams[edit]

Main gallery: Mathematical diagram.

Mathematic diagrams are diagrams in the field of mathematics, and diagrams using mathematics such as charts and graphs, that are mainly designed to convey mathematical relationships, for example, comparisons over time. See Category:Mathematical diagrams

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