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2007 11th International Conference Information Visualization (IV '07)
We describe an empirical investigation into layout criteria that can help with the comprehension of Euler diagrams. Euler diagrams are used to represent set inclusion in applications such as teaching set theory, database querying, software engineering, filing system organisation and bio-informatics. Research in automatically laying out Euler diagrams for use with these applications is at an early stage, and our work attempts to aid this research by informing layout designers about thedoi:10.1109/iv.2007.4 fatcat:4egz5hatevbqvnbbuzbuwnap2i