Example of a Mosaic Plot
The proportions on the x-axis represent the number of observations for each level of the X variable, which is country.
The proportions on the y-axis at right represent the overall proportions of Small, Medium, and Large cars for the combined levels (American, European, and Japanese).
The scale of the y-axis at left shows the response probability, with the whole axis being a probability of one (representing the total sample).
Shows the levels of the Y variable corresponding to each cell.
When you select the Set Colors option, the Select Colors for Values window appears.
Select Colors for Values Window
The Gradient Between Ends option applies a gradient to all levels of the variable.
If you select this check box, a new column property (Value Colors) is added to the column in the associated data table. To edit this property from the data table, select Cols > Column Info.