Discover central factors, establish root causes, or begin with a fundamental premise with these blank relationship templates.

Similar to the Relationship Chain Graphic Organizers elsewhere on this site, these blank templates allow you to display the relationships among specified variables with a given root source. Whereas the Relationship Chains excel at showing progressive, A to B to C relationships, the Relationship Circle Graphic Organizers can demonstrate connections among multiple variables-A to B, A to C, and A to E-at the same time. This is especially useful in showing multiple effects from a root cause.

Note: These charts make excellent companion sheets when used in conjunction with the Decision Making sheets or the Cause and Effect sheets located elsewhere on this site.

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Printable Relationship Circular Chains

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4 Circle Relation

A good sheet to use when building arguments with multiple supporting premises.

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4 Circles of Relation To Theme

Display a root cause or central character, and fill in the outer four bubbles with effects or relationships.

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5 Circles of Relation

This sheet has five outer circles for larger projects or more complicated data sets.

6 Circles of Relation

Six circles surround a central core idea, cause, or character. Chart the relationships among many variables.

7 Circles of Relation

This sheet has seven circles around a central space to note relationships in bigger sets of data.

8 Circles of Relation

Use the eight circles surrounding the center space to keep track of multiple variables, effects, or characteristics.