The Euler diagram is designed to display a visual representation of the relationships between different sets or groups. It consists of circles or ellipses, each representing a set, and overlapping spaces indicating that the corresponding sets have some elements in common.
The maximum number of options that can be used for the Euler diagram is three. If you have more options in a crosstab before the chart mode is chosen, the first three will be taken automatically.
You can adjust the colors of main segments, background color, fonts and colors of legend and data labels. Choose columns or rows to display.