A scientific model is where scientists represent something in the real world in a way that makes it easier to understand, or make predictions. This can be simple like a diagram, physical model, or picture, or complex like a set of calculus equations, or computer programs.


The Purpose of diagrams in science

A diagram is a two-dimensional geometric symbolic representation of information according to some visualization technique. In science according to Anderson [1997], Diagrams are pictorial, yet abstract, representation of information and maps, line graphs, bar charts, engineering blueprints and architects' sketches are all examples of diagrams.

General purpose diagrams assume an important role in mathematics, biology, physics, chemistry because they provide representational frameworks that are applicable to a range of problem structures.

Biological Clasification

Types of scientific diagrams to create in MyDraw:

  • Chemistry Equation
  • Molecular Formulae
  • Structural Formulae
  • Benzene Diagram
  • Molecular Model Diagram
  • Laboratory Equipment
  • Food pyramid
  • Photosynthesis Diagram
  • Life Cycle Diagram
  • Hierarchy of Biological Classification


How to design laboratory equipment?

Laboratory equipment is generally used to either perform an experiment or to take measurements and gather data.


  • Draw objects in two dimensions.
  • Draw clean, single lines.
  • Don't close off the openings of glassware.
  • Use a ruler to draw straight lines.
  • Don't shade or color in.
  • Don't 'float' objects.
  • Label objects with simple straight lines.