A graphic representation of quantitative information by means of a circle divided into sectors, in which the relative sizes of the areas of the sectors correspond to the relative sizes or proportion of the quantities.

A drawing of a circle that is divided into pieces like a pie. Each piece shows how much of the whole is taken up by that group, thing, process, etc.

a graphic that displays parts of the whole, in the form of a circle with its area divided appropriately.

A type of chart divided into sections of a circle, drawn from a single Y-axis value and used to illustrate the relationship of parts to the whole, particularly useful for emphasizing one specific element.

a chart made up of a circle divided by radial lines used to display the relative contribution of each part to the whole.

a circular chart divided into triangular areas proportional to the percentages of the whole

a (An advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution) circular (A visual display of information) chart

a circle divided into colored wedges

a circle divided into segments with each piece of the pie representing some data

a circle graph divided into pieces, each displaying the size

a circle graph divided into pie ces, each displaying the size of some related pie ce of information

a circle which is divided into a number of parts

a circular chart divided into segments, illustrating relative

a circular graph in which the relative percentages of the values are represented by wedges or slices of the pie

a graphical way to organize data

an excellent tool for comparing proportional values

a stacked bar graphic measured on a proportional scale and transformed into polar coordinates

a useful, easy-to-read chart

A chart which displays the data as parts of a whole circle.

Chart that has the shape of round pies cut into pieces or slices, showing the relationship of parts to a whole. 3.14

A circular chart in which the size of each ``slice'' is proportional to the frequency of each category of a variable.

An effective method of displaying (preferably no more than) about six variables, rather Like looking down on a circular apple pie which has been cut into slices. The size of each slice reflects the size of each variable.

A graph that depicts percentage values as slices of a whole circle (or "pie").

A graphic interpretation of data where categories resemble pieces of a whole pie.

(noun) A circular chart cut into segments illustrating relative magnitudes or frequencies.

A visual representation of information showing parts as a proportion, percentage or fraction of the whole. Pie charts are circles divided into sections resembling pies cut into pieces of different sizes. A pie chart is an alternative format of displaying information that could be presented in a simple table.

a graphic that uses a circle divided into pieces to show the relationships among the values in a spreadsheet. Best used to show the relationship between a "part" and a "whole"

A circular chart in which the size of each slice is proportional to its percentage of the whole. See: Column Chart, Bar Chart, Line Chart, Area Chart, X-Y Plot Chart, High/Low Chart.

A chart that compares groups of data to the whole data set by showing each group as a "slice" of the entire "pie." Pie charts are particularly useful for investigating what percentage each group represents.

Circular graph, which is divided into sections in which relative quantities are indicated by the different sizes of the sections.

A method of displaying data so as to show the proportionate parts of a whole.

A pie chart is a circular chart divided into sectors, illustrating relative magnitudes or frequencies. In a pie chart, the arc length of each sector (and consequently its central angle and area), is proportional to the quantity it represents. Together, the sectors create a full disk.