Multiple Radial Bars Chart
- Custom colors and numbers
- Optional sorting by value
- Add up to six pies
What is the multiple radial bars chart?
The multiple radial bars chart is a kind of visualization in which various radial bars are plotted side-by-side. Each of them corresponds to 100%, and their arch/bar length is proportional to the value of the category it represents.
Very similar to the multiple pies chart, you can use this visualization either to compare data from a category across different groups, to illustrate the breakdown of a single group, i.e., to highlight the difference between categories adding together up to 100%, or to present key-facts about a subject.
How to make a multiple radial bars chart with Vizzlo?
Plot up to six radial bars side by side in seconds. Follow these easy steps :
- Click on the elements to select and directly edit them.
- Alternatively, use the active cards or the spreadsheet to enter your data.
- Use the “x” or “+” buttons on the chart to delete or add a new radial bar.
- Explore the options of the tab “APPEARANCE” to customize your charts: you can sort them by size, custom the number format, hide percentage labels, and choose to use just one color for all of them.
Pro tip: Radial bars are often used to illustrate progress. Use this chart to track your project, and visualize and compare the progress of different tasks compellingly.