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About Pie Charts

Pie charts are ideal for visualizing percentages, or for breaking down parts of a whole. Responses are represented as colored slices of a whole “pie.”

Standard Variations

Below, both variations of the Pie Chart are listed. In the lower-right corner of each chart, you’ll see the icon that corresponds to the graph on the Graph Type menu.

Pie Chart

Example pie chart in a subject report

3D Pie Chart

Example 3D pie chart in a subject report

Use Side Labels

With one exception, Pie Charts have the same Graph Options as other general graphs. Visit the linked page for more details.

Sometimes, when your labels are on the Pie Chart itself instead of moved to the legend, the labels will get crowded together. Thankfully, there is a way to move these labels out of the way so they are more readable.

Example pie chart using side labels in a subject report

Right click a graph and select Graph Options, or click the graph and then select Graph Options from the toolbar above to get a list of additional options for your graph. Then select Use Side Labels to move your labels where they are more readable.

Available Graph Options in the Graph options dropdown menu

Qtip: This option only works if you also have Move Labels to Legend turned off.

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