See here which of your playlists index higher on one of these audio features Spotify offers!
Speechiness shows how talkative/lyrical your songs are,
liveness predicts how likely they are to be from a live taping,
and mode shows what proportion of your songs are in a major key.
The other metrics are shown in charts below or clear by name.
Popularity is measured by a combination of a track's total plays and recent plays.
A score of 100 means the most popular, while 0 means the last popular.
The average popularity for each of your tracks is shown here, with the total average popularity in the middle.
Larger circles here show more energetic tracks.
A rock concert would be pretty energetic but a classical prelude would be very chill.
Emotion is measured by Spotify's valence metric.
Strong valence, or a large petal in the chart, shows happiness or cheer.
Low valence, or a small petal in the chart, shows sadness or anger.
The percent of each playlist that shares a certain key is given in each square.
Over 20% of all songs on Spotify are in G major or C major!
This shows how danceable your songs are based on tempo, rhythm stability, beat strength, and overall regularity.
Dots on the left side of the chart are not very danceable, but you can definitely have a party with those where dancebility is close to 1.
All metrics are based on Spotify's Audio Features.