Thank you Cristian, I have gone through but looks like not much help. However, if you got a chance, can you let me know if this is possible please? Thanks again,
I'll throw this out there - why? Does your data change often enough and will the changes provide insight in a Venn diagram? Why not just draw this in PPT or whatever?
Thanks for responding. This part of the requirement of the executive dashboard! The data is expected to change month-on-month.
Did you read Jonathan's post ?
with example posted here
I don't think I've ever seen a five-set Venn diagram in practice---you'd have up to 31 (2^5 - 1) sections. Even a four-set diagram with ellipses can be difficult to understand. Venny provides a nice interactive way to experiment.
You might get some inspiration from Robert Kosara's piece, A Vennerable Challenge, where he converts a manually drawn three-set Venn diagram into a table and a bar chart. I particularly like his bar chart, where the static, non-proportional Venn diagram is used as a legend. This would be (relatively) easy to do in Tableau. Again, it's going to be difficult with 30+ colors. Of course, you could have the user hover or click on a bar to see the detailed intersection.
Here's a like to Kosara's piece:
And his last example:
Thanks Jim for this response, this skipped my look out as there is no real solution in Tableau even today to come up with a Venn visual.
Your links were helpful.