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Drawing Area-Proportional Euler Diagrams Representing Up To Three Sets
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics
Area-proportional Euler diagrams representing three sets are commonly used to visualize the results of medical experiments, business data, and information from other applications where statistical results are best shown using interlinking curves. Currently, there is no tool that will reliably visualize exact area-proportional diagrams for up to three sets. Limited success, in terms of diagram accuracy, has been achieved for a small number of cases, such as Venn-2 and Venn-3 where alldoi:10.1109/tvcg.2013.104 pmid:24201326 fatcat:i2h2oii5eradpg6n37bhlokzhe