I like the patterns. Pleasing. Very Venn — I mean, Zen.
I found a rather nice interactive one a while back: http://moebio.com/research/sevensets/ .
Ooh, neat! Thanks for sharing!
Looks really cool. I am drawn to the intersections and by counting them I see that all possible intersections of the n ellipses are present.
Technically, counting alone can’t prove that all possible intersections are present—some could be repeated—but in fact you’re exactly right!
A diagram much like the last one was the inspiration for the 5D flower we discussed in PWW 13-14. The intersections here match the points in the flower, but not every neighboring node in my flower is a neighboring cell here. Drawing out the dual clarifies that the “missing” connections are generally to the near-opposite side of the diagram, with the curves moving counterclockwise as they go outward.
There is a lovely discussion about drawing multiset Venn diagrams. In fact there was a site that would attempt to construct quite large diagrams; alas, I can’t remember where.
This site has a lovely five set Venn diagram. https://quentinsf.com/software/venn/. Following the link to Dr. Edward’s site allows exploration of some of the other ways to draw the diagrams in the links.
Comments are closed.
Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Join 493 other followers
Brent's blogging goal