Radar graph

Radar graphs visualize tabular data that has one or more numerical columns. Typically, the visualized data also has one non-numerical column whose values are used as graph labels that uniquely identify each row.

A radar graph can visualize data in either of two ways:

Row series visualization: The graph displays one radial grid line for each numeric column of the visualized data, and one trace for each row of the data. A given trace intersects a given radial grid line at a distance (from the graph's center) that is proportional to the value of the grid line's corresponding column for the trace's corresponding row. A marker is displayed at the point of intersection.

Column series visualization: The graph displays one radial grid line for each row of your data attachment, and one trace for each numeric column of your data attachment. A given trace intersects a given radial grid line at a distance (from the graph's center) that is proportional to the value of the trace's corresponding column for the grid line's corresponding row. A marker is displayed at the point of intersection.

Use the valueTable property to attach data to a radar graph. Use the rowSeriesFlag property to specify row series or column series visualization.

When a radar graph is selected in the Builder canvas, the Object Class Name that appears at the top of the Object Properties pane is obj_radar.

The Object Properties panel organizes radar graph properties into the groups below.