# Dot Quadrant Chart in QM

**Dot Quadrant Chart** is an alternative type of data visualization for four **KPI**s on one common field. Its essence lies in the organization between the main diagonals of a square matrix of four triangular areas with a hundred of cells in each. Each triangular region displays its **KPI**, with traversal of the cells begins from the vertex of the triangle in the center of the matrix. I put a gray circle symbol into all the cells using the formula, and then I change the color by conditional formatting to the right number of cells proportional to the value of **KPI**.

Below, I show fictional **KPI**s in statics and dynamics.

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The principle of filling the **Dot Quadrant Chart** with values in the range [0, 100] is shown below:

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Good luck.

**Dot Quadrant Chart by means of Scatter (2D): a Square Shape**.

Rather than regular matrices, Scatter (2D) chart is used here as a quad indicator. Plus a little bit trigonometry… and here’s what happened in the end:

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**Dot Quadrant Chart by means of Scatter (2D): a Circle Shape**.

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Nice job!