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VennMaster

A tool for drawing area proportional Euler diagrams.
 
VennMaster is a tool for drawing area proportional Venn/Euler-diagrams. It supports several input formats from simple tab seperated data to gene lists from GoMiner.
 
VennMaster will generate area proportional Venn diagrams for multiple sets. Since exact solutions seldomly exist for more than 3 sets, it will approximate a correct solution. VennMaster is great for assessing overlapping data at a glance, as well as for in depth analysis.
 

Please also see our corresponding publications:

Kestler HA, Müller A, Gress TM, Buchholz M. Generalized Venn Diagrams: A new method of visualizing complex genetic set relationsBioinformatics 21(8): 1592-1595, 2005.
 
Kestler HA, Müller A, Kraus JM, Buchholz M, Gress TM, Liu H, Kane DW, Zeeberg BR, Weinstein JN. VennMaster: Area-proportional Euler diagrams for functional GO analysis of microarraysBMC Bioinform 9(1): 67, 2008. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2105-9-67

 

Quick Download latest (0.38.2) version
 
Documentation:
1. Installation
2. Running VennMaster
3. Appendix

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