Pie charts

Pie charts - so-called because they display data as segments in a circular pie shape - show the relationships between pieces of an entity. For example, we could produce a pie chart to show the breakdown in overall total sales over the last four weeks. Such a relationship would show the proportions of each of the weeks sales (see Figure 2.12). However, we would not be able to see any time trend from this type of diagram and for this situation, a series chart would be more appropriate.

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Figure 2.12 Illustration of pie chart

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