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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

How to Create a Radar Chart in Excel

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A radar chart compares the values of three or more variables relative to a central point. It’s useful when you cannot directly compare the variables and is especially great for visualizing performance analysis or survey data.

Here’s a sample radar chart, so you can see what we’re talking about. It’s likely you’ve run across them before, even if you didn’t know that’s what they were.

Completed Radar chart

Creating Radar Charts in Excel is straightforward. In this article, we’ll show you how to create two types of Radar Chart: a regular chart (like the one above) and a filled chart (like the one below, which fills in the areas instead of just showing the outlines).

Radar Chart with one data series

The Sample Data

Let’s first take a look at the sample data we’ll be using for our examples.

Performance analysis data for our Radar Chart

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Create a Radar Chart in Excel

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