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I have several sets of points. Example of a set is as the following:

[4.392576848e-10, 0.000003411696156, 4.9441946972e-9, 8.610151880000001e-12, 483.99995160000003, 0.000063740127352, 2.92362263292e-9, 1.89848739608e-8]

I am trying to plot this in javascript on a radar chart

However, the values seem too small to distinguish this. Is it possible to use any tranformation to disperse the values so that they are easy to see.

PS: I tried simple things like multiplying them by a constant.

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  • $\begingroup$ The question here is about transformations for display of data, not about use of javascript, so seems to me to be on-topic here $\endgroup$ – Silverfish Sep 26 '16 at 10:21
  • $\begingroup$ Why did multiplying them not do what you want? $\endgroup$ – mdewey Sep 26 '16 at 10:33
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enter image description hereTake the natural logarithm of the values and plot those. Or, plot the native values on a logarithmic scale. If you find it easier to understand and explain, the take the logarithm base 10.

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