The Psychology of Quality and More

| Menu | Books | Share | Search | Settings |

Radar Chart

A Radar Chart (or, very occasionally, Glyph) is a Bar Chart with individual bars arranged in a circle and lines drawn between the top of each 'bar'.

This is useful for showing performance relative to limits or other measurement sets, with crossing lines highlighting changes. Radar charts are useful for showing improvements of the same system or for comparing different items, such as in competitive analysis 

See also:

Bar Chart

Toolbook chapter: Bar Chart

Site Menu

| Home | Top | Settings |

Quality: | Quality Toolbook | Tools of the Trade | Improvement Encyclopedia | Quality Articles | Being Creative | Being Persuasive |

And: | C Style (Book) | Stories | Articles | Bookstore | My Photos | About | Contact |

Settings: | Computer layout | Mobile layout | Small font | Medium font | Large font | Translate |


You can buy books here

More Kindle books:

And the big
paperback book

Look inside


Please help and share:


| Home | Top | Menu |

© Changing Works 2002-
Massive Content -- Maximum Speed