I'm working on some code profiling/optimization and I'm trying to find a way to visualize the result (a scalar -- the performance). I can specify a pretty big variety of options, some of which may be used together, some of which may not. For example, if I have options A, B, C, D, and E, I may have a result for A, A+B, A+C, A+B+C, D, D+B, D+B+C+E, ... etc etc.
To visualize it, I could just have a lookup table somewhere that maps a case name/integer to a combination of options and do a standard categorical scatter plot. But I don't like the idea of having to look up in a table the difference between Case 32 and Case 12.
What is an intuitive way to visualize the result as a function of the various combinations?