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Radar Chart 2.0.2 - Athlete Profile

Hi everybody,


I have a problem with the radar chart 2.0.2..


I have a data base looking like this:

NameJumpSprintLeg StrengthUpper Body Strength
Athlete 14053050800
Athlete 23562700600
Athlete 33772300560


Now I want to display a single Athlete in the Radar chart. And then a second athlete to compare both.


However I can only achieve a radar chart where the different results are getting stacked under the same slot:




What do I need to do?


Thanks in advance!



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Hi  @Matti_OSP ,


Do you mean you want to display different names on one axis comparing information in different items.

Here are the steps you can follow:

1. Select [Jump], [Sprint], [Leg Strength], [Upper Body Strength].




2. Get more viusal – select Radar chart – xViz.


3. Result:



Best Regards,

Liu Yang

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly

thank you, i think it is what i am looking for.


I was able to change my table accordingly. 

However now all my tests will always be in the visual. If i would like to select wich test to display, would I need an extra table for each? Or is there any possibility to select which "attribute" will be displayed?



Will this table also be update accordingly when my data base is getting more data?


What happens with calculated columns?


Thank you

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