Radar Charts in Excel are very handy to show a rating on several performance areas.

When I had to give out performance reviews, it was a very helpful snapshot for me to show to my colleagues how their performance was compared to last year!

Here is an example of a table with several ratings:

In this example I show you how easy it is to insert a Radar Chart using Excel.




STEP 1: Highlight your table and go to:

Insert > Recommended Charts (Excel 2013 & 2016)

Insert > Other Charts (Excel 2007 & 2010)


STEP 2: Select All Charts > Radar > Radar with Markers > OK


STEP 3: Now you have your Radar Chart.

Now you can use your radar chart to convince your own boss that your performance has skyrocketed this year!




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