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1440Classic Papers #1: On the diagram, by John Venn
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<p><font color="Gray">Source: andrewtmckenzie.com --- Tuesday, January 12, 2016</font><br />Title : “ On the diagrammatic and mechanical representation of propositions and reasonings ” Author : <b>John</b> <b>Venn</b> Journal : Philosophical Magazine Date published : July 1880 Builds upon : Euler diagrams Citations (Google Scholar) : 336 Citations Since 2010 : 152 Best figure : Not satisfied with two sets, he jumped right to the symmetry-preserving extreme of his system and drew out a four set intersection with a place for labels: This would hardly be out of place in a genomics article published today. Best sentence : “The fact is, as I have explained at length in the article above referred to, that the five distinct relations of classes to one another (viz. the inclusion of X in Y, their coextension, the inclusion of Y in X, their intersection, and their mutual exclusion), which are thus pictured by these circular diagrams, rest upon a totally distinct view as to the import of a proposition from that which underlies the statements of common life and common logic.” Oddest moment : “I have no high estimate myself of the interest or importance of what are sometimes called logical machines, and this on two grounds. In the first place, it is very seldom that intricate logical calculations are practically forced upon us; it is rather we who look about for complicated examples in order to illustrate our rules and methods. In this respect logical calculations stand in marked contrast with those of mathematics, where economical devices of an ...</p>http://andrewtmckenzie.com/2016/01/12/classic-papers-1-on-the-diagram-by-john-venn/Tue, 12 Jan 2016 23:18:00 GMTSupreme Court Justice Venn Diagaram #2: John Roberts
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<p><font color="Gray">Source: www.mattglassman.com --- Wednesday, November 18, 2015</font><br />[Citations for appeals to common sense here and here (Chertoff), here (maj. op. pg 11) and here (Roberts), here (Paine).] Previous <b>Venn</b> Diagrams SCOTUS Clarence Thomas, 3/29/12 GOP CANDIDATES Michele Bachmann, 12/22/11 Newt Gingrich , 12/19/11 Jon Huntsman, Jr., 12/20/11Up Willard Mitt Romney, 12/21/11 Rick Perry, 12/23/11 Herman Cain, 12/25/11 Rick Santorum, 12/28/11 Ron Paul, 12/31/11 ...</p>http://www.mattglassman.com/?p=3128Wed, 18 Nov 2015 07:24:00 GMTApparently I exist in the Venn Diagram intersection of two John Green novels: serious illness...
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<p><font color="Gray">Source: live-in-to-the-answer.tumblr.com --- Friday, August 14, 2015</font><br />Apparently I exist in the <b>Venn</b> Diagram intersection of two <b>John</b> Green novels: serious illness survivor that random strangers have decided is their miracle ...</p>http://live-in-to-the-answer.tumblr.com/post/126725955794Sat, 15 Aug 2015 05:14:00 GMTHappy Birthday, John Venn, forefather of data visualization!
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<p><font color="Gray">Source: vennli.com --- Tuesday, August 04, 2015</font><br />Today is <b>John</b> <b>Venn</b>’s birthday! Tell me more, you say? Born August 4, 1834, in England, <b>John</b> <b>Venn</b> was best known for <b>Venn</b> diagrams. This data visualization tool represents the relations between data sets and became a popular tool to teach logic and illustrate relationships. <b>Venn</b> diagrams were first published in his 1881 Symbolic Logic, […] ...</p>http://vennli.com/happy-birthday-john-venn-forefather-of-data-visualization/Tue, 04 Aug 2015 14:07:00 GMTCelebrate John Venn’s Birthday!
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<p><font color="Gray">Source: readwritethink.org --- Tuesday, May 12, 2015</font><br />Students celebrate the birth of English logician, philosopher, and creator of the <b>Venn</b> Diagram by building community within the classroom by comparing and contrasting likes, dislikes, and characteristics about one another. ...</p>http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/calendar-activities/celebrate-john-venn-birthday-31125.htmlWed, 13 May 2015 05:09:00 GMTGoogle celebrates John Venn’s 180th birthday
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<p><font color="Gray">Source: www.rtoz.org --- Thursday, April 30, 2015</font><br />Google celebrates <b>John</b> <b>Venn</b>’s 180th birthday with a special interactive doodle.<b>John</b> <b>Venn</b> was a British logician and philosopher. He is famous for introducing the <b>Venn</b> diagram. In <b>Venn</b> diagram, circles are used to visually and logically sort groups to illustrate their relationships to each other. For example, one circle may contain things that are mammals. The other circle may contain things that have wings. The overlapping space that both circles occupy would consist of mammals that have wings. <b>John</b> <b>Venn</b> was born on 4th August 1834 in Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire to Martha Sykes and Rev. Henry <b>Venn</b>. He died on 4 April 1923. Watch this <b>John</b> <b>Venn</b> Google Doodle video: This Doodle is not visible in India and Ukraine. Users from these countries can play with this Doodle from here. ...</p>http://www.rtoz.org/2014/08/03/google-celebrates-john-venns-180th-birthday/Thu, 30 Apr 2015 09:12:00 GMT