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VENNDIAG: Stata module to generate Venn diagrams


  • Jens M. Lauritsen

    () (University of Southern Denmark, Odense Denmark)


venndiag produces a so-called Venn diagram of the variables in varlist. The Venn diagram consists of a number of rectangles each corresponding to one of the variables in varlist. The rectangles are arranged such that they overlap and delimit areas. In each area the counts of records is shown for the relevant combination of varlist. This is version 2.14 of the software for Stata 9 and 10, a revision of that published in STB-47, STB-48 and STB-49.

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  • Jens M. Lauritsen, 1998. "VENNDIAG: Stata module to generate Venn diagrams," Statistical Software Components S361502, Boston College Department of Economics, revised 01 Apr 2009.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:bocode:s361502
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