Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/03VennDrawing.R

Given a `VennDrawing`

object, which it consults to find the names of each of the sets and faces
in the drawing, returns a list suitable as the `gp`

argument in a subsequent call
to the `VennDrawing`

method for `plot`

.

1 | ```
VennThemes(drawing, colourAlgorithm, increasingLineWidth)
``` |

`drawing` |
An object of class |

`colourAlgorithm` |
Missing or one of |

`increasingLineWidth` |
Logical, defaul |

Set boundary colours are taken from the `Set1`

palette provided by the `RColorBrewer`

package.
If `colourAlgorithm="signature"`

, face fill colours are taken frome the `RColorBrewer`

`YlOrRed`

palette based on the number of sets represented in the face, so eg all the faces corresponding to membership of a single set are pale yellow while the face corresponding to all the intersections is dark red.
If `colourAlgorithm="binary"`

, faces are blue if they correspond to an odd number of intersections and white otherwise.
If `colourAlorithm="sequential"`

, each face is given a different colour from the
`RColorBrewer`

`Set3`

palette, although this is repeated if necessary if there are more faces than the length of this palette (9).
Different faces with the same signature will be given the same colour.
If not specified, `sequential`

is used if there are less than 9 faces, otherwise
`signature`

.

If `increasingLineWidth=TRUE`

, each Set is given a different linewidth, with the last to be plotted given the thinnest width, to help in
visualising nonsimple Venn diagrams.

A list with four elements

`Face ` |
Named list of graphical parameters which will be applied to faces with corresponding names |

`FaceText ` |
Named list of graphical parameters which will be applied to annotation in faces with corresponding names |

`Set ` |
Named list of graphical parameters which will be applied to sets with corresponding names |

`FaceText ` |
Named list of graphical parameters which will be applied to annotation in sets with corresponding names |

These are graphical parameters in the sense of the `grid`

package.

Jonathan Swinton ([email protected])

See also `RColorBrewer`

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 | ```
# change the name of one set to red text and enlarge the other
C2 <- compute.Venn(Venn(n=2))
gp <- VennThemes(C2)
gp[["SetText"]][["Set1"]]$col <- "red";
gp[["SetText"]][["Set2"]]$cex <- 2;
plot(C2,gp=gp)
# use highlevel arguments
gp <- VennThemes(C2,colourAlgorithm="binary")
plot(C2,gp=gp)
gp <- VennThemes(C2,increasingLineWidth=TRUE)
plot(C2,gp=gp)
``` |

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