# venn-diagram

问题 I have the folowing dataframe: SET1 SET2 SET3 par1 par2 par1 par2 par3 par2 par3 par4 par5 ... ... ... I would like to make a Venn diagram in that all those 'parX' elements are shown in respective subets i.e. as labels, not just the number of overlapping elements. Which R package supports that? 回答1: Regarding the best answer from here you have to add labels manually (using VennDiagram), when you have two circles it's pretty easy, however if you have three or more, whole stuff becames more

## Venn diagram for non-numeric entries to be shown in subsets

## Making a Venn diagram comparing column combinations between two data frames

来源： https://stackoverflow.com/questions/63892775/making-a-venn-diagram-comparing-column-combinations-between-two-data-frames

## Customizing Euler Diagram colors with eulerr R

问题 I'm trying to plot a Euler Diagram using the eulerr package by Johan Larsson in R. I'm following this example where the developer explains how to customize colors/border transparency. However, when I try to implement it with the following code: fit2 <- euler(c(A = 16971, B = 218, C = 215, "A&B" = 112, "A&C" = 112, "B&C"= 51,"A&B&C" = 23)) plot(fit2, polygon_args = list(col = c("dodgerblue4", "darkgoldenrod1", "cornsilk4"), border = "transparent"), text_args = list(font = 8), counts=TRUE)

## VennDiagram - internal labels

问题 I plotted my genelists using the VennDiagram R package, and the diagram looks fine. I wanted to add internal labels to the Venn diagram like, if data is shared by first and second group but not by the third and fourth group, then the label should be 1100. I found one thing on Venn{gplots} package which uses the showSetLogicLabel=TRUE to do this. I am searching exactly for the same functionality, but using the VennDiagram package. Exactly, like in the below picture, which gives binary codes to

## VennDiagram - internal labels

## Set multiple titles for a matplotlib subplot

问题 I'm creating subplots of venn diagrams that are made via matplotlib_venn. Here is the plot I'm making: Notice the missing title on the top-right plot. This is because whenever I call ax.set_title , it's replacing existing subplot titles. The code to create this plot was: oadoi_colors = ['all', 'closed', 'closed + green', 'bronze', 'green', 'hybrid', 'gold'] collections = ['Combined', 'Crossref', 'Unpaywall', 'Web of Science'] figure, axes = matplotlib.pyplot.subplots(nrows=len(oadoi_colors),

## Compare two character vectors in R

问题 I have two character vectors of IDs. I would like to compare the two character vectors, in particular I am interested in the following figures: How many IDs are both in A and B How many IDs are in A but not in B How many IDs are in B but not in A I would also love to draw a Venn diagram. 回答1: Here are some basics to try out: > A = c("Dog", "Cat", "Mouse") > B = c("Tiger","Lion","Cat") > A %in% B [1] FALSE TRUE FALSE > intersect(A,B) [1] "Cat" > setdiff(A,B) [1] "Dog" "Mouse" > setdiff(B,A) [1

## Code to find unique elements among lists / sets

问题 The above shaded area, according to Wolfram is supposed to represent: A XOR B XOR C XOR (A AND B AND C) How to translate this into python code? The code must closely correlate to the set operations as provided in the above expression, at least that is the preference. The code must be generic enough to handle more more than 3 lists as well. UPDATE: Seems like Wolfram is throwing up an erroneous venn diagram? Also, what we actually want is (A XOR B XOR C) - (A AND B AND C) and I am not able to

## Venn Diagram for Natural Join

问题 I've been trying to understand the concept of sql joins fully, venn diagrams have helped me a lot to do that. I've found them for all kind of joins but not for natural joins. How would a venn diagram for a natural join look like? 回答1: Venn diagrams are not very helpful for understanding natural join or inner join. Most Venn diagrams associated with joins on Stack Overflow are parroted worthless misrepresentations--even in cases where a Venn diagram could be useful. Here are some valid uses of