Get these free and printable examples of cluster diagrams in high definition! Cluster diagrams are a type of non-linear graphic organizer that can help to systematize the generation of ideas based upon a central topic. Just like its name, this diagram is used to represent some kind of cluster. A cluster in general is a group or bunch of several discrete items that are close to each other. The cluster diagram combines the information from each step in the planning process into one drawing that shows the cluster’s function and structure. The first example of the diagrams that you can print is posted below. It is called a ‘How to be a Construction Contractor’ cluster diagram.
In the example diagram above, you can notice that cluster diagram is a type of graphic organizer. There are center circles and the smaller ones surrounding it. You can write your main idea in the center circle and details in the smaller circles. Add subtopics as needed. Begin drawing this diagram by identifying the cluster name and the applications that are being made highly available. Next, darken the outline of the nodes that will make up the cluster. Include the name of each node. More examples are in the following pictures.
The following illustration shows a mixed cluster. The diagram uses rectangular boxes to represent the slots supported by the nodes. If your cluster uses thin nodes, darken the outline of the nodes and include two nodes to a drawer. For wide nodes, use the entire drawer. For high nodes, use the equivalent of two wide nodes.
The last picture above shows the web cluster diagram. You can use this web diagram to make a simple cluster. All pictures presented are free to save. Find other diagram resources in this site by browsing through our archive!