Dynamic Charts

funkeydude

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Hi there,

Wondering if someone is able to help. I am constructing an Excel sheet with data that I would like to compare across different areas. A bit like comparing football/soccer results between each team. The output from this I would like is 2 overlapping radar graphs. The user would be able the two areas "teams" from either side to generate the overlapping radar graph.
I am loosly basing it on this: Creating Customer Service Dashboard in Excel [Part 3 of 4] | Chandoo.org - Learn Microsoft Excel Online
Hope someone can help and sorry in advance for perhaps being vague!
 

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