What is the best way to draw sets in LaTeX. I want to have a visualization of the Sets of a certain proof because it is way easier to see than to read. But I am not sure if it is worth the effort to draw it with something like tikz. Or if I should rather just draw it in paint and import a picture.
I just made a photo of the sketch I made on paper - it is kind of ugly (and also in german) but maybe it gives a better idea than my rambling
They are open sets which I would draw with dotted lines and the closure of these open sets is compact so I would draw it as a complete line. with every set including all the previous sets. (The goal is to get a partition of unity this way)
Would you recommend a quick and dirty solution or are there benefits in taking the time to actually draw it within LaTeX?