Radar Charts

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In a radar chart, each category has its own value axis radiating from the center point. Lines connect all the values in the same series. Radar charts, also called spider charts, are best used to show multiple variables, such as ratings for different areas, performance levels for various divisions or individuals, or progress in a project or other activity. A radar chart compares the aggregate values of a number of data series.




Dialog box items

Radius: Select one or more columns that contain the radius.




The datasheet must contains at least one numeric column. The radius must be positive.




Data Labels:
Use to label bounds or means. After creating a chart, you can change the data labels or their attributes, or add data labels (see Editing Labels).

oNone: Choose to suppress data labels

oRadius-value Labels: Choose to label each point with its radius value

Data Options:

oExclude missing values: Check to excludes rows that have missing values.

oAngle in Degrees: Check whether the value reflects angles in degrees for Polar and Radar charts.

oShow ToolTip: Check to display messages in a ToolTip window.




1.Open the DataBook summary.vstz

2.Select the sheet Police

3.Choose the tab Graph, and then the group Chart, which displays a collection of gallery of items

4.Select Polar and then use tool-tip to select Radar Chart Using Lines and Symbols.
All available command is displayed in the gallery of graphics

5.Select group Data

6.In Radius, select Latitude, Longitude, Crime Rate, Death Rate, and Education Rate

7.Click Finish



Chart window output