Recent Examples of pie chart from the Web
The following pie charts are from Statcast, and detail Pivetta’s pitch usage since entering the majors.
Data visualization as a concept, of course, is hardly new (ask anyone who used crayons to color in a pie chart in grade school).
One report had a pie chart indicating relatively high levels of inequality, while the other indicated relatively low levels.
This pie chart from the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation estimates that 17.5 million Americans bought their own coverage in 2017.
Critics branded us McPaper, deriding our pie charts and bite-sized stories as junk-food journalism.
Below each state name is the number of refugees, in bold, reflected in the pie chart
The invention of the pie chart is credited to Playfair, but again Minard took an existing idea and vastly improved it.
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First Known Use of pie chart
PIE CHART Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pie chart for English Language Learners
: a chart consisting of a circle that is divided into parts to show the size of the different amounts that are a part of a whole amount
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