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    Radar Charts-resources (97-->)

    In <post#=515,612>post 515,612</post: > I created a diagram using the radar chart. I have to make an admission, I didn't totally understand why Excel plotted it as it did although the calculations/equations defined it to be a nautilus curve. Can anybody recommend any good WWW resources that I can review to deepen my knowledge, the more technical the better. I have Googled but it always provides overview information, TIA
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    Re: Radar Charts-resources (97-->)

    Not about radar charts, but perhaps interesting nonetheless: Polar plot on MVP Andy Pope's site.

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    Re: Radar Charts-resources (97-->)

    Ooooh, very exciting. I had a look at some radar stuff on the WWW in the interim wait and I seem to have got the idea. Now Polar plot on the other hand looks a different kettle of fish <img src=/S/thankyou.gif border=0 alt=thankyou width=40 height=15>..back soon(er or later)
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    Re: Radar Charts-resources (97-->)

    The rest of that site is interesting too, as is Jon Peltier's Excel Charts.

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    Re: Radar Charts-resources (97-->)

    Now that is interesting...I find that a lot of web stuff is very general but this really does focus in....my focus has changed to XY scatter before I picked this up. Looks a very useful resource.
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