Euler Diagrams Drawn with Ellipses Area-Proportionally (Edeap)

Area specification: ← HelpHelp Area specification

Enter the sets that intersect on each line, separated by spaces. The last entry on the line should be a number indicating the size of the intersection.

The area specification can be downloaded as a text file, or loaded from a text file in the same format.

Edeap controls:

Diagram size: x px
Colour palette:
Set labels: pt   (0 for none)
Intersection labels: pt   (0 for none)
[DEV] Optimization method:  
[DEV] Starting diagram:  


Edeap is a collaboration between

We encourage you to cite the research paper describing the Edeap visualization tool:
Wybrow, M., Rodgers, P. & Dib, F.K. Euler diagrams drawn with ellipses area-proportionally (Edeap). BMC Bioinformatics 22, 214 (2021).
Paper Source.

Contact: Peter Rodgers

Edeap GitHub repository.


The genesis and planning of this work took place at the Dagstuhl Seminar #17332, "Scalable Set Visualizations" held in August 2017.

Michael Wybrow was supported by the Australian Research Council Discovery Project grant DP140100077.


This tool is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

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