# Venn Diagram with Proportional Size in R (2 Examples)

This tutorial shows how to **draw a venn diagram with proportional size** in the R programming language.

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## Example 1: Venn Diagram with Proportional Size Using VennDiagram Package

The following syntax illustrates how to draw a venn diagram with proportional size of the circles using the VennDiagram package.

First, we need to install and load the VennDiagram package:

install.packages("VennDiagram") # Install & load VennDiagram package library("VennDiagram") |

install.packages("VennDiagram") # Install & load VennDiagram package library("VennDiagram")

Now, we can apply the grid.newpage and draw.pairwise.venn functions to create a venn diagram with proportional sizes.

grid.newpage() # Create new plotting page draw.pairwise.venn(area1 = 10, # Draw pairwise venn diagram area2 = 75, cross.area = 4) |

grid.newpage() # Create new plotting page draw.pairwise.venn(area1 = 10, # Draw pairwise venn diagram area2 = 75, cross.area = 4)

The output of the previous R code is shown in Figure 1 – A venn diagram with different sizes of the circles.

## Example 2: Venn Diagram with Proportional Size Using venneuler Package

In Example 2, I’ll show how to use the functions of the venneuler package to print a venn diagram with proportional size.

If we want to use the functions of the venneuler package, we first need to install and load venneuler:

install.packages("venneuler") # Install & load venneuler package library("venneuler") |

install.packages("venneuler") # Install & load venneuler package library("venneuler")

Next, we can use the plot and venneuler functions to create a venn diagram:

plot(venneuler(c(A = 10, # Draw pairwise venn diagram B = 75, "A&B" = 4))) |

plot(venneuler(c(A = 10, # Draw pairwise venn diagram B = 75, "A&B" = 4)))

In Figure 1 it is shown that we have created a venn diagram with different circle sizes by executing the previous R code.

## Video & Further Resources

Would you like to learn more about venn diagrams? Then I recommend having a look at the following video of my YouTube channel. I show the R programming codes of this article in the video.

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This article has explained how to **create venn diagrams where the size of the circles is proportional** in R programming. Don’t hesitate to let me know in the comments below, if you have any additional questions.

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