Make the classic pie charts more fun and interactive.
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Show percentage-based data in a beautiful and easy-to-read way.
Analyze your staff composition and see the salary distribution by department.
Find out how many units of each brand or product your stores have sold during a set period.
Create a finance overview to analyze your revenue streams or expenditures.
Generate a simple and concise visualization of your quantitative research results.
Find exactly the data you need. Simply click or tap on any of the slices and they will expand into a more detailed breakdown of the category. You can create hierarchies of up to nine levels.
Simplify your pie chart by combining the smaller slices into a single Others section. Click on it to see a detailed breakdown of all its contents.
Create fully interactive reports where every chart shows relevant data with a single click. No need for slicers or other menus.
Make your data exciting and fun. Customize every aspect of your chart, including colors, backgrounds, legends, tooltips, and markers.
Capture and show exactly the data you want your users to see by emphasizing selections and drill-downs.
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We frequently release informational materials to help our clients
Pie charts can be an excellent addition to your report. They will show a quick overview of your data, and act as an eye-catching visual accent. That being said, you need to know when to use them, and how to use them correctly for them to be a valuable part of your visual narrative, not a detriment. We’ll answer these questions and give you a brief Power BI pie chart tutorial in this article.
Power BI chart types can make a big difference in the effectiveness of your report. In this article, you'll learn about the different types of charts available in Power BI and how to select the most appropriate one for your data.
This is controlled by the Number of Slices setting under the Pie tab in the formatting options. This setting allows you to define how many slices will be visible before the rest get grouped into 'Others' and / or 'Previous' depending on the scenario.
Yes, if you go to Formatting options > Donut you will find two settings - 'Others Label' and 'Previous Label'. These are free text fields where you can enter any value and replace the original names.
Yes, if you go to Formatting Options > Fill Color Settings you will see a setting called 'Base Fill Color'. This allows you to set the source color, and all other slices will be a lighter version of the source. This is an excellent feature as it allows you to create a better association between the value used within the visual and other visuals that use the same.
Yes, this can be done on all levels of the visual. Go to Formatting options > Category Colors – each level will have a level indicator next to it for easier reference.
Unfortunately, no. This is currently not a supported setup for Drill Down Pie PRO. However, if this is something that is crucial to your use case, make sure to reach out to the product team ([email protected]) to see when this can be added.
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