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Old 03-21-2019, 09:57 PM   #2
Meyana
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I run UpSetR by inputting individual sets as a list and then the program calculates overlap itself (I am not aware whether it allows you to "manually" input the overlaps, never tried that).

#make input
list.Input = list(set1=data1,set2=data2,set3=data3)
#run upsetr
upset(fromList(list.Input),sets=c("set1","set2","set3"))

.. and then just adding additional commands (keep.order, nintersects, etc...) as needed.
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