Creating a pie chart
A pie chart is a circle graph that is divided into sectors. It is used to compare values for different categories in your data on a relative basis. Each pie sector represents a specific category, and its size the category's contribution to the whole value, expressed as a percentage. The values are usually sums.
The main axes in the pie chart are the Color axis and the Sector size axis in the legend.
You use the Color axis to divide the pie into sectors, and the Sector size axis to specify what data the sectors' relative sizes should reflect.
- On the authoring bar, click Visualization types to open the flyout.
Pie chart visualization type to the wanted position on the analysis page.
A suggestion of a pie chart is presented.
- On the Color axis in the legend, select the column containing the categories that you want to present as pie sectors.
- On the Sector size axis, select the column containing the data that the sizes of the sectors should reflect.
For the selected column on the
Sector size axis,
make sure that the aggregation type is set to Sum.
There are times, though, when Count or UniqueCount are useful aggregation types.
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