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7 way Venn
Gordon Bennett. Was that hard to draw? Looks like it might have been.
Those seven Fields are amoebia ? ;-)
I suppose, Pieter, you start with seven single bubbles, then mark in other numbers as you expand the bubbles. I would do it with loose chains and a digital camera, photographing the different stages as you added number strings.
I don-t think so, Ann. All the curves a spirograph makes are regular curves.
1 shape rotated 7 times. Very cool.
Oh well spotted, Wayne! I see now.
PETER: if you could assign ROY.G.BIV to each of the seven. Then blend the colours as they would be mixed with either light (or pigments) ... it would be very interesting to see the colour matrix that would reveal itself. Exceptional. (I can see that another way would be to treat the SINGLE SHAPES each with a different colour (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet), make them translucent, and let the overlays do the colour blending. In any case, a spectacular diagram.
DAVID: I followed my own advice and converted the 7 shapes to RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, GREEN, BULE, INDIGO, and VIOLET. Take a look on my Pinterest page.
Cool Would love to see in the darker pigment colors!
It does feel... what? Biological?
Very nice. But picky note: section 12 is labelled as "102"
I want this
I don't think all of you really know what a Venn diagram is. :-) To make a visual representation of how 7 separate statistical data sets partly overlap is a very complex and impressive feat. And to make one that looks as good as this, is incredible.
Here's an amazing interactive version from Santiago Ortiz: http://moebio.com/research/...
Hey! The largest ever simple symmetric one was discovered by some of my colleagues: http://www.csc.uvic.ca/News...
Can someone explain what these are?
I have no idea what this is. LOL
this is interesting.
cool. I want to learn more.
nice, so nice.
What is this??
This is crazy.
I saw so many pictures in it.
This is incredible.
I can't understand.