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RE: st: RE: Venn diagrams

From   Nick Cox <[email protected]>
To   "'[email protected]'" <[email protected]>
Subject   RE: st: RE: Venn diagrams
Date   Sun, 24 Oct 2010 18:04:42 +0100

If the problem is just cross-combinations of three variables, then -tabplot- (SSC) is another way of showing the same information. Also check out -spineplot- (SJ). 

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David Elliott

Having not been able to connect to Philip's link, I searched for an
alternate tool and discovered Google's charting API which recreated my
previous Venn with the following url code:
(reconstitute the URL by removing the breaks before the '?' and '&')

The string t:54.2,34.9,32.1,29.6,29.8,23.4,21.9 is simply the data for
the size of the circles followed by the combined proportions in the
following order: A,B,C,AB,AC,BC,ABC

Part of the beauty of this is that one could write a Stata routine to
append the necessary measurements and then shell to a web browser with
the resultant URL string.

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