# How would you make this graph? [closed]

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How would you make this graph? [closed]

close date 2020-09-05 00:03:07.777680

Asked: ** 2016-05-14 20:24:08 +0100 **

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Last updated: **May 14 '16**

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Do you intend to generate it automatically from a spreadsheet (in which case I fear it is next to impossible in LO Calc) or is it a "one-shot" piece of work (where LO Draw can be considered)?

HI A, I was just wondering how they did it. I mean all these radial lines arriving spot on to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd outer circles. Well done. The inner circle would be a circle covering the radial lines that must start from the center. No idea how they make the white portions of the circles in 1st and 2nd outer circle. You? PS Did you "delete" this question? Why?

I think you can do it with direct Postscript code. Even maybe using geometric transforms from a set of stacked rectangular row. Anyway, it is a manual process in my present idea (with very ow thinking about it). Generating it from tabular data is a real challenge.

What do you mean by "delete? I just added a comment. Maybe some else?