Create a Radial Chart

Radial charts compare categories in a circular shape. Learn how to easily create beautiful radial charts in minutes with Infogram - the free chart maker tool.

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Radial charts use circles to compare different categories. Radial charts are essentially bar charts plotted on a polar coordinate system instead of a cartesian system. 

Radial bar charts can be used for aesthetic reasons while simple bar charts are better for comparing values. 

Radial Chart Example

Create a Radial Chart


How to Create a Radial Chart with Infogram

  1. Log in to Infogram
  2. Select Radial from the chart menu
  3. Upload or copy and paste your data
  4. Customize labels, colors, and fonts
  5. Download your chart as an image or embed on your website


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