After looking for some material about Venn Diagrams, for example that (Ed Sandifer. How Euler Did It, Venn Diagrams Mathematical Association of America, January 2004) and after checking different questions on Tex.stackexchange like How to draw Venn diagrams (especially: complements) in LaTeX, I realized there was no Venn Diagram package and that may be an interesting idea.
What if you wanna trace the Venn diagram for 4 different circles ? What about the Euler diagram ? (difference http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venn_diagram)
I'm just a beginner in LaTeX, I have some knowledge in C and some basic knowledge in LaTeX but I have no idea of how to build a LaTeX package.
I just have an idea of what the requirements should be :
- Compatible with PDFLatex
- Considered as a float by the compiler
- Highly configurable in terms of
- Type of diagram : Venn, Euler, conceptual three axis diagram (here), ...
- Number of sets
- Size (scale, width)
- And it would take the past parameters as arguments and options of the package
If you have some tutorial for doing it, I'd be glad to start the code but right now I have no idea of how to do it.
I just wanted this idea to be somewhere, just like the diagram idea Diagrams package that allows to draw computer buffers (memory diagrams).