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Also known as radar charts, polar charts, and star plots, a spider chart is often used to compare and contrast improvement and stagnation across multiple variables simultaneously, using a single graphical chart. As you may have guessed from the image, these charts are called spider charts because once completed they often resemble spider webs.
Appropriate for visually demonstrating outliers and commonalities between charts, spider charts excel at detailing progress over time. A well-designed spider chart offers comprehensive, useful information and context at a glance, giving viewers an immediate sense of the big picture.