Radar charts are also called Spider or Web or Polar charts. They are drawn in R using the fmsb library. Radar Charts are a way of comparing multiple quantitative variables. This makes them useful for seeing which variables have similar values or if there are any outliers amongst each variable. Radar Charts are also useful for seeing which variables are scoring high or low within a dataset, making them ideal for displaying performance. Be carefull: do not represent to many groups and variables, it becomes to hard to read. If you have several individuals, check graph #143.

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I would like to make a radar chart for represent 4 variables with different scales. Two of them varies from -5 to 5, and the rest from 0 to 20. It is possible to show in the graph the scale? I mean the numbers along the axis with labels. When read data2, the first two lines refers to min and max values that I want to represent in the radar chart. The problem is that I also want to show numbers in the center of the graph, for change1 and change 2 it shoud be “-5”; and for Increase1 and… Read more »


I think the best idea would be to get scaled data of variables for example use Min-Max scaling 🙂