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polar chart in excel
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polar chart in excel

polar chart in excel

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I am looking for a relatively quick easy way to do polar charts in excel (for example rotating machine balance solution based on O, O+T).

I can convert the polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates for x-y plotting but that is not quite enough.  I would like to also have polar gridlines.  I guess I could create series to form my own gridlines but that seems a pain in the butt for something so simple.

I have searched this forum. The threads below addressed polar plotting somewhat but do not meet my needs
thread770-75252
thread770-110711

Any suggestions?

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RE: polar chart in excel

Usefull link

:D

thanks

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