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Radar Chart

Create Radar Chart
  • Up to twelve variables (spokes/polar axes)
  • Up to eight categories
  • Custom colors
  • Lines or filled areas
  • Optionally integrated legend
  • Adjustable min/max values for the polar axes
What is a radar chart?

The radar chart—also known as a Spider Chart, Web Chart, Polar Chart and Star Plots (among other names)—is used to compare one or multiple categories (e.g. competitors, products, etc.) across different variables (e.g. quality indices, performance metrics, etc.). The distance/radius of each point to the center is proportional to the maximum magnitude of the variable or its highest record.

A radar chart is ideal to reveal similarities and differences (outliers) between your categories. It’s especially effective to visualize cyclic data and the positioning of one or two categories across different the variables.

How to create a radar chart with Vizzlo?

This vizzard is the fastest and most beautiful alternative to Excel. Create a compelling radar chart in seconds:

  • On the tab “APPEARANCE,” click on “Edit polar axes” to define your variables.
  • Then, click on any line to start editing it on its active card.
  • Alternatively, copy and paste/or import your data into Vizzlo’s spreadsheet.
  • Explore the “LAYOUT SETTINGS” options of the tab “APPEARANCE” to customize the display of the grid, choose to fill areas, and show or hide tick marks and data markers.
  • Choose a Vizzlo theme or customize one with your preferred font-color combination.

Pro tip: Before pasting your data into Vizzlo’s spreadsheet, make sure the number formats are matching your data source. Click on the “wheel” icons in the spreadsheet columns to see the number formatting options.

Example Radar Chart
Example Radar Chart
Example Radar Chart
Example Radar Chart

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