Radar charts compare the aggregate values of several data series.
To insert a Radar chart in your worksheet, follow the steps given below.
Step 1 − Arrange the data in columns or rows on the worksheet.
Step 2 − Select the data.
Step 3 − On the INSERT tab, in the Charts group, click the Stock, Surface or Radar Chart icon on the Ribbon.
You will see the different types of available Radar charts.
A Radar chart has the following sub-types −
Step 4 − Point your mouse on each of the icons. A preview of that chart type will be shown on the worksheet.
Step 5 − Double-click the chart type that suits your data.
In this chapter, you will understand when each of the Radar chart types is useful.
Radar and Radar with Markers show values relative to a center point. Radar with Markers shows with the markers for the individual points and Radar shows without the markers for the individual points.
You can use the Radar and Radar with Marker charts when the categories are not directly comparable.
In a Filled Radar chart, the area covered by a data series is filled with a color. As in Radar chart, Filled Radar chart shows values relative to a center point.
You can use Filled Radar charts when the categories are not directly comparable.