NEWS: Check our recent survey on set visualization here!
NEWS: New features and views in the interactive web demo (thanks to Eng. Hansjörg Hofer).
NEWS: An evaluation study of Radial Sets was conducted by Eng. Molham Rajjo in his MSc. thesis.
Figure 1: (a) An Euler Diagram (adapted from Whatt), (b) the equivalent representation in Radial Sets: the histograms in gray show a breakdown of the elements in each set by their degrees; the arcs show overlaps between pairs of sets.
|Radial Sets depicting IMDb movies produced in two or more countries (including former countries). An arc between two countries represents the overlap between their movies. Its thickness and color respectively encode the normalized size and the disproportionality of this overlap. The different scales of the histograms are indicated as thin rectangles representing the same number of elements|
|Radial Sets depicting IMDb movies according to their genres. The bubbles encode the overlaps of degrees 2, 3, and 4 between the genres and are scaled to fit in the inner area. The area of a bubble encodes the normalized size of the overlap. The color represents the median release date for the movies aggregated both in the bubbles and in the histograms. The sets involved in an overlap can be inferred by hovering over the respective bubble (a, b).|
|Radial Sets view showing n > 50,000 papers multi-classified into 11 ACM classes. Hyperedges of degree 3 are depicted to indicate overlaps between triples of sets. The color indicates the median publication date of the papers aggregated in each bar.|
|The interactive exploration environment of Radial Sets encompassing multiple coordinated views. Two bar charts show the sets by the their sizes and the elements by their degrees. The Radial Sets view shows n > 50;000 papers multi-classified into 11 ACM classes. Selected papers are marked in red and are listed in details in the list view. An additional tabular view shows details about the overlaps classified by degree into different lists.|