7-way Venn Friday, July 13th, 2012 Can’t stop looking at this. Thought I would share. See it bigger here. [via] Check out this amazing interactive version by Santiago Ortiz Previous Next Tweet Pin It Tags — datavizdiagraminfographicsthought Related Because Every Country Is The Best At Something How Much Do Music Artists Earn Online? Good Relationtips – Most Commonly Given Relationship Advice Books and Store Show Comments ( ) http://www.rmorrison.net Richard Morrison This one is attractively arranged. My friend Quentin has a PDF of a 10 set Venn Diagram. For the full story: http://www.statusq.org/archives/2011/07/17/3467/ Amanda Wow. Unreal. A couple of the labels are wrong or not in the area where they belong but the diagram… The Diagram! Swoon. http://blog.monstuff.com Julien Couvreur Beautifully symmetric Gijs Just out of curiosity: Would there be a mathematical upper limit on how many shapes can be combined so that all possible overlaps are present in 2d space? And a bonus question: Does increasing the number of shapes mean that the edges of the form change in a predictable/calculable way? @davidgibson I was also curious whether all of these will be 4-colorable (they should be) so I created a version with color for the sets of 1,2,3,4,5,6,and 7 numerals. http://jubilo.ca ::jubilo::haku:: http://ow.ly/i/LX58/original here is a clenaer version http://www.jordan-dimov.com/ Jordan Dimov There’s a small mistake in it: 102 should be 12 (in the upper left-hand corner, where 1 and 2 overlap). http://www.tvspiegel.com Wandspiegel yes, this is made of awesome. Jenn Oh wow. I want to color it so bad! Annie It would be symbolically cool (to me, anyway) to use the numbers 142857, which when repeated infinitely (after a decimal point) are the decimal equivalent of 1/7. Harks back to ancient Babylonian sacred geometry! That’s one reason I love seeing this beautiful interlocking design! (Ha ha, I’m tempted to say “intelligent design” but won’t in case anyone thinks I’m serious about THAT aspect!) Annie Oops, just counted the numbers I suggest and realized there’s only six! D’oh. Nevermind… :) Herman G. Dolder It’s not that hard! It took me an hour to make this: http://www.4shared.com/photo/HGw1aSDN/venn10.html It was my first one. The next one could take me 5 minutes. Greetings from Ushuaia. http://josep.valls.name Josep Valls New 11-way venn http://cartesianproduct.wordpress.com/2012/08/12/venn-diagrams-for-11-sets/ http://imagicdigital.com Danya Henninger Here’s my colored version, and a downloadable layered PDF as well: http://www.phillydesignblog.com/2012/09/seven-way-venn-colored/ http://www.e-cotyledon.com/ Maria Tsetsou Marvelous….!!!!