Lerner-Pearce DiagramThis name is sometimes given (for years, by me at least) to the Lerner Diagram. In fact, Pearce's (1952) diagram uses unit isoquants rather than unit value isoquants and is much more cumbersome.
Affinity DiagramAffinity Diagram
A way to organize idea data into coherent patterns or themes. A large number of ideas are generated and then organized into groupings to reveal major themes.
Payoff diagramPayoff diagram
In option pricing, a graph of the value of the option position at expiration as a function of the underlying asset price.
Cause and Effect DiagramCause and Effect Diagram
See Ishikawa Diagram.
Bifurcation DiagramBifurcation Diagram
A graph that shows the critical points where bifurcation occurs, and the possible solutions that exist at that point.
Ishikawa DiagramIshikawa Diagram
A graphic tool used to explore and display all the factors that may influence or cause a given outcome. (Also known as a cause and effect or fishbone diagram.)
Further SuggestionsPosition diagram