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Ian

I like the line chart too. I don't like the pie - you have to keep looking back and fore to the legend to see what the colour represents.
It would be better if the charts were sorted in the position they are on the field:
Goalkeeper, Defence, Midfield, Forward and then other

You only need to look at the horizontal axis once then.

How does spend compare to success in the league? Where is it best to spend to achieve success, Defence, Forwards or is a mixture best?

garsky

My only problem with using a line graph is that I was taught in college stats that a line graph is used to measure a SINGLE variable through time. The salaries of each position have no relationship to each other, so ideally a bar graph should be used. According to my stats professor, at least.

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