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using excel can you create a wire chart so with multiple values you can see the effect of increase or reduction in spikes?

I have attached sample data. testx.xlsx
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What do you call a "wire chart"?!?
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Rob Henson earned 2000 total points
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I am guessing you mean a Radar chart.

The problem with using a radar on the dataset you have is the range of values; minimum 57 and maximum 300,000. The small values end up as a dot in the middle of the radar with one line visible for the high values.

Or is that the problem you are trying to overcome???
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