Explore set overlaps of more than three sets interactively
Venn diagrams are a common way to show set overlaps between sets. However, with more than three sets things get messy. In 2014, Lex et. al. published a paper about UpSet; a visualization technique for showing set intersections. UpSet addresses the inherent issues of Venn diagrams by using a completely different approach to visualize the sets and set intersections using bars charts. This is an interactive UpSet Plot implementation based on UpSet.js (https://upset.js.org). More information can be found at https://upset.js.org/integrations/powerbi/. A summary of the idea and implementation behind background is explained in this Medium article: https://medium.com/@sgratzl/upset-js-the-upset-js-ecosystem-ab6692d2f34a Common use cases: * Customer segmentation in which one customer belongs to multiple groups/communities * HR candidate evaluation in which a candidate has multiple skills * Advertising channel evaluation * everywhere in which someone fills out a multiple choice form field, like: "How have you heard from us?" License Note: Basic Features are free. However, once advanced features are used a watermark will appear. Reverting the advanced setting or removing the extra set will remove the watermark again. To permanently remove the watermark, you can request a trial license from firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://dataviz.boutique for order options. Are you missing something in this visual? Have you found a bug or wish a new feature would exist? Just get in touch with me through email@example.com.
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