What do the Spidergram and Life-cycle Impacts as Stacked Column graphs do?
The Spidergram graph gives you results which are grouped by classification element breakdown. Each radial in the Spidergram is an impact category.
The Life-cycle impacts as stacked columns gives you the life-cycle impacts per indicator by stage in single columns. The availability of emissions and stages do depend on the tool in which you use this graph.
How do you use the Spidergram and Life-cycle Impact as stacked column graphs?
If you have a project with a tool which supports either of these graphs, all you need to do is input data to the project. Both of these graphs will populate automatically based on the available data in your project.
In the spidergram the user can customize the classifications of all inputs and get results to be grouped accordingly. As mentioned before, each radial represents an impact category.
Life-cycle impacts by stage as stacked columns