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I have a set of data with which I want to produce a Radar chart for easy comparison.

the data

This is just like an inventory list with A,B and C as the products list, I want to achieve the following :

Compare the columns - dynamic range, mono or color , usb3 or usb 2 and price in a RADAR CHART

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Is this any help? – pnuts Apr 10 '13 at 14:59
I watched that and it was a good tutorial , but only if someone could explain how can we deal with the kind of situation I am in. How do I rate lets say Global : 10 and Rolling as 1 in my case. ( Please see the snapshot ) – abhilash sukumari Apr 10 '13 at 23:19
You might get a better response if you explained just a little bit better what result you want to get. Maybe even draw something in Paint. – Scott Apr 11 '13 at 0:40
I have edited the question to more easier and comprehensible one. All I want is to have a product comparison chart to visualize, I don't know how to get one. – abhilash sukumari Apr 11 '13 at 22:58

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