I have a dataset that contains music genres, songs and a "speechiness" rate. An example looks like this:
Song, Genre, Speechiness Dance with wolves, Trance, 0.05 My heart will go on, Pop, 0.09
I have used this data to create charts of the with diffent parameters per genre (including speechiness). Thing is that the data is highly skewed (the danceability ranges from 0-1 and 80% of the data is <0.1.
If you plot the data this is what I get:
If I plot the average "speechiness" per genre the visables do not really cut it. If I plot it in a radar chart, this is what I get (the S represents the speechiness):
All are between 0.05 and 0.1. I now would like to change the values so the graphs better show the difference between the genres. Of course I could limit the axis but something tells me there is a better option.
Any thoughts on something like a scaling method so I get a better and more informative graph?