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Using Radar Charts

A radar chart is a chart in which each data point gets a separate copy of a single value axis, with the axis copies distributed radially around a center point. Because each series gets its own value-axis copy, the chart has no need for a category axis. Figure 27-6 shows one of these remarkable creatures.

Figure 27-6. Because this radar chart plots 15 points for each of three data series, the plot uses 15 separate copies of the value axis.



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