Igor sends along this graph on autism diagnosis
and asks whether this information can be presented better graphically. The answer is definitely yes, although I don’t have time in the next 15 seconds to figure out exactly how to do it. My intuition is to do some sort of line plot, showing the probability of autism given different factors which can interact, perhaps using a structure of multiple graphs as in Figure 2 of this paper. Even with binary factors, a graph with the factor on the x-axis can work well, especially if you use small multiples to display different conditions.
I’m not sure, though, since I haven’t read enough to have figured out what the substantive goal is here.
Any other thoughts?
P.S. I still like this Venn diagram, though: