Spiral Plot

Definition

Spiral Plot is a representation of the dataset along a spiral line. On this line, the data can be presented as a bar, line, or point. These data can be colored to show different time intervals. The visualization starts from the center, and the movement goes outward.

Why do you need it?

Spiral Plot is beneficial to show large datasets in a single visualization. It looks neat and can be used to analyze a dataset. The periodic patterns used by this plot makes estimation effective and attractive.

What kind of data you can visualize with it?

We can visualize large periodic datasets with these charts. Assume you have a dataset of the average attendance of a class in a year. Here, we can use months with a different color to show the variation of data per month. This can help to analyze in which month the attendance is maximum.

Category

  • Evolution

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