With QGIS 3.8 a new Tool has been introduced: Overlap Analysis. It says that it "calculates the area and percentage cover by which features from an input layer are overlapped by features from a selection of overlay layers".
Now I have a feature layer including spatial data of operating areas of my company (which unfortunately are not congruent with administrative regions), which I would like to intersect with a layer of administrative areas of Germany (landkreise) and some other information which I only have for these administrative regions. As a result I need a new layer which shows me to what degree my company's operating areas are overlapped by Germany's administrative regions (landkreise).
So I chose one operating area and the overlapping administrative regions on the map. As Input Layer I chose my companys operating areas and as overlay I chose the administrative regions. Once I run the tool, the result is not as I imagined it. Most of the time I only get one feature in the resulting layer, but it doesn't show me to what degree the administrative regions overlap the operating areas.
Anyone got any experience with the new tool overlap analysis?