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Hypergraphs drawn in the subset standard are useful to represent group relationships using topographic characteristics such as intersection, exclusion and enclosing. However, they present cluttering when dealing with a moderately high number of nodes (more than 20) and large hyperedges (connecting more than 10 nodes, with three or more overlapping nodes). At this complexity level, a study of the visual encoding of hypergraphs is required in order to reduce cluttering and increase thedoi:10.1587/transinf.e93.d.1957 fatcat:lqdhpek2dfeapdaevfne3piwzm