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pie chart

a chart that portrays data in pictorial form and shows the relative share of each category in a total by means of the relative size of its ‘slice’ of a circular ‘pie’.
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More than 19% 12 hours 0-2 hours 21% 6-12 hours 31% 2-6 hours 29% Note: Table made from pie chart.
On the Insert tab, select Chart, Pie, Bar of Pie Chart.
Don't 1% know Disagree 9% Neither 10% Agree 80% Note: Table made from pie chart.
4, select 6 countries from the bar graph, and plot them as a pie chart (Fig.
EP officials also use certain assumptions as they try to put together the new pie chart.
A pie chart is a circle divided into wedge-shaped sections.
Panel A of Exhibit 2 is a pie chart representative of many of the 64 "rotated" pie charts observed in the authors' survey, of which many were also "exploded" as well, as in Panel A.
A hand-drawn pie chart depicts the origins of her neighbors; the blurred lines of a watercolor smooth the jagged landscape.
We provide the following information on each of the budget functions shown: (1) a pie chart of obligations by agency; (2) a table of obligations by bureau and subfunction; (3) a pie chart of obligations by object class; and (4) a table of obligations by subfunction and object class.
This study discusses methodological considerations in assessing paternal identity with scale versus pie chart measures as they relate to paternal involvement.
While studio executives pondered how to sell Lin's smart, stereotype-busting film, he spied a pie chart representing moviegoers.