Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Using a radar chart, part of Excel 2013: Working with Charts and Graphs.
- A radar chart is a very specialized chart type.…It's particularly useful to track the aggregate values.…In other words, if you wanna see what happens…to the total sales for something as well as how…monthly or quarterly sales are broken apart,…this type of chart can really be useful.…Let's select everything here…and turn this into a table.…I'll press ctrl t and make sure to use…the available headers there.…Now what I'm gonna do is Insert the radar chart.…
Let's go down here and pop this out…and we'll go to All Charts and choose Radar.…Now, the radar chart has a few different options.…You'll note the ability here to see the breakdown…between the different products…or the ability to track this for aggregate size.…This is kind of useful here.…Now, as you go through different choices,…you see it just splits it apart.…I find that the filled in values are most useful,…but if you have a hard time reading the data,…you can go back to more of an outline style,…which might make it easier to see what's going on.…
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- Explain the steps to take to create a chart in Excel.
- Recall the options for customizing an existing chart within Excel.
- Determine which chart type fits best with a set of data.
- Summarize the process of creating a table.
- Identify strategies for clarifying a table.
- List the steps to take to add SmartArt to a project.
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Chart Essentials
2. An Overview of Chart and Graph Types
3. Displaying Data with Tables
4. Working with SmartArt
Adding a SmartArt graphic3m 50s
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