A Venn diagram is a widely-used diagram style that shows the logical relation between sets of items. A Venn diagram uses overlapping circles or other shapes to illustrate this relationship.
The plot is run twice,...
...once for each period.
SAVING THE PLOT
To save the plot as a PNG file, right-click on the plot, then select "save image as".
Open the expander under the 📊 Plot type drop down menu by clicking on the ➕ sign.
Additional options are available for selection.
You can choose the dimension you want to plot as circles of the plot as well as the dimension over which to calculate communality. In this example "Material" is the dimension plotted as circles, while "Country" (the materials sold in each country) is the dimension used to calculate communality.
You can choose to plot a Venn diagram with two or three circles.
If you choose to choose to plot two circles, by default the app will plot a third circle with "everything else".
You can decide to only to look at your two top items and ignore everything else.
If you decide to plot three circles, the communality will be calculated among the three most important items by revenue, and all other items will be ignored.
CHOICE OF COLOR PALETTE
This elegant palette is both beautiful and functional.
This bright palette contains clusters with distinct color separations.
This fresh palette contains modern tones and stunning highlight colors.
BLUE & GREEN PALETTE
This contiguous palette creates a bi-chromatic chart in cool subdued hues.
KHAKI & DENIM PALETTE
This subdued palette great for complex charts.
This subdued palette is good for charts requiring contrast between segments.
HEATING UP PALETTE
This bright palette is great for complex charts.
POWERBI DEFAULT PALETTE
A lively, colorful palette.
This functional palette minimizes the risk of confusion between colors .
Avoids decorative use of colors.