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Radar chart

Hey everybody,

 

I try to create a radar chart with Power BI. It should look like this:

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 However, the scale is so small that the point of the category "Druck" is in the middle of  the chart. How can I change that?

 

Moreover, the origin data table looks like this:

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I try to visualize this table with a radar chart. In my imagination the middle point of the radar chart should represent "Trifft nich zu" = 0 and the outward line should represent "Trifft zu" = 3. And then I will illustrate the average decision of the responders to the points "Umstände", "Möglichkeiten" and "Druck". Anybody an idea, how I can implement that?

 

Best,

Tobias

 

 

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Re: Radar chart

Hi @tdanzeisen,

 

If seems you place the Spin in Category and Wert in Y Axis of the Radar chart, the result what you get is expected. It has nothing to do with the original data table. You can take a look at the sample of that Radar chart.

 

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Qiuyun Yu

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Re: Radar chart

Hi @v-qiuyu-msft, thank you for your response.

 

 I transformed the data of the original table into integers: 0 = "Trifft nicht zu", 1 = "Trifft eher nicht zu", 2 = "Triffer eher zu" and 3 = "Trifft zu". Then I unpivot these columns and I got this:

 

 

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So I could create this Radar Chart with the average values:

 

1.PNG

 

So far, all is right. But I want to change the scale of this chart. The middle point should be 0. The first line should be 1, the second 2 and the third 3. But I can't find any options to change this scale. The scale is always automatic and changes if I made a selection. Can anybody help me with this issue?

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