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scootzinc
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Need help on finding a way to visualize this data

I have a table that essentially looks like this: 

SUPPLIERCC#Y/N
Supplier X132-04-002Y
Supplier W132-03-001N
Supplier W132-04-007Y
Supplier W132-03-003N
Supplier W132-03-001Y
Supplier X132-04Y
Supplier X132-01-001Y
Supplier W132-02-001Y
Supplier Y132-03-001N
Supplier X132-04-005Y
Supplier Y132-04-007N
Supplier X132-04-005N
Supplier Z132-04-001Y
Supplier W132-01N
Supplier Z132-04-005N
Supplier W132-04-007Y
Supplier W132-03-003N
Supplier Y132-04-004N
Supplier W132-01-002N
Supplier W132-01-002N
Supplier Z132-01-003Y
Supplier X132-01-004Y
Supplier Z132-02-002N
Supplier Y132-01-003Y
Supplier X132-02Y
Supplier X132-04N
Supplier Y132-03-003N

 

Essentially, I'd like to find a way to display the suppliers across the Y access, the CC# across the X access and only include the "y" values (which can be replaced by a number value if it makes displaying it easier). I'd like to have it feature something like the ribbon visualisation where it connects suppliers from x value to x value. In a correlation chart, this would like essentially be like a table where there is a color where there would be a "Y" value and nothing where there is a "N" value. The idea is to be able to easily identify where suppliers offer certain capabilities so that I can easily see where they overlap. Ideally, I'd add another column that indicates the amount of spend we have with a supplier in that capability. So that I can see where we might be able to consolidate spend and reduce our number of suppliers... Does that make sense?

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