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<?php
include ("../jpgraph.php");
include ("../jpgraph_log.php");
include ("../jpgraph_radar.php");

// Some data to plot
$data = array(242,58,1500,12,1397,810,373);
$data2 = array(447,176,1472,191,1616,42,46);

// Create the graph
$graph = new RadarGraph(300,300,"auto");

// Uncomment the following line to use anti-aliasing 
// Note: Enabling this results in a very noticable slow
// down of the image generation! And more load on your
// server. Use it wisly!!
$graph->img->SetAntiAliasing();

// Make the spider graph fill out it's bounding box
$graph->SetPlotSize(0.85);

// Use logarithmic scale (If you don't use any SetScale()
// the spider graph will default to linear scale
$graph->SetScale("log");

// Uncomment the following line if you want to supress
// minor tick marks
//$graph->yscale->ticks->SupressMinorTickMarks();

// We want the major tick marks to be black and minor
// slightly less noticable
$graph->yscale->ticks->SetMarkColor("black","darkgray");

// Set the axis title font 
$graph->axis->title->SetFont(FF_ARIAL,FS_BOLD,12);

// Use blue axis
$graph->axis->SetColor("blue");

$plot = new RadarPlot($data);
$plot->SetLineWeight(1);
$plot->SetColor('forestgreen');

$plot2 = new RadarPlot($data2);
$plot2->SetLineWeight(2);
$plot2->SetColor('red');

// Add the plot and display the graph
$graph->Add($plot);
$graph->Add($plot2);
$graph->Stroke();
?>

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