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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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Bar graphs and pie charts can be effective for summarizing data in a slide presentation or poster.
Because stacked bar graphs must add up to 100%, they have the same characteristics as pie charts.
While still comparing data sets, this presentation makes a tabular array of data its central focus, while the pie charts mainly add visual interest and emphasis to that tabulation.
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.
This study discusses methodological considerations in assessing paternal identity with scale versus pie chart measures as they relate to paternal involvement.
This role-level pie chart measures the relative salience of four role identities (marital, paternal, work, and other) by asking participants to divide the pie according to "how important" each of the roles is to them (e.
Number of Categories: If more than four or five categories are used for a simple comparison, a bar chart should be used rather than a pie chart.
Graphs take many forms, but accounting information is usually presented in one of three types: the bar graph, the line plot and the pie chart.
Ask the students to post their original pie charts on the chalkboard and review each of the pie charts posted.
The consensus of those focus groups was that having separate pie charts for risk of exposure and risk of death if exposed made it easier for individuals to relate government environmental regulations to changes in risk.
Pie charts, bar graphs, and line charts are useful for achieving somewhat different purposes.
Products and Product Development Provides commentary and pie charts detailing % share of sales by product group for the company.