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RE021 – Relationship 021 – Triads


If you need a framework to plot qualitative information on a set of three criteria, these are the frameworks to use. They are a non-data-driven version of the radar charts available in the chart library in PowerPoint. A lot of formatting can be applied to these frameworks, and it is easier to use these than a data-driven chart as your jumping off place. These are great to use when there is no data or quantitative ranking numbers. The frameworks do not have a scale, but convey general values and comparisons.

Versions 1 and 2 are similar in style. Version 1 is a straight-on view of the triad, while version 2 is from an angle. Version 2 is a good choice if there is a lot of associated text. Version 3 is a unique triad design that uses 3D and transparencies. There are two variations of version 3: one that shows the concept and one that has elements to plot the quality level of each piece of the triad. Version 4 is a simple, direct, basic triad.

Please refer to the tutorial for help with usage and formatting.

TUTORIAL: Tutorial for Relationships 021 – Triads

Frameworks available in this series

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RE021 – re021_v1

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RE021 – re021_v2

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RE021 – re021_v3

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RE021 – re021_v4

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Links to instructions for getting the framework into your presentation

  1. Determine the best file type for your needs
  2. Download the file
  3. Import the framework into your presentation
    1. Importing a PPT file
    2. Importing a EMF or PNG

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