In this article, we will be providing a brief on the usage of pie charts. A pie chart is a statistical graph, which is divided into slices to show the numerical data. Pie charts are generally used to show percentage or proportional data and usually the percentage shown by each category is provided next to the corresponding slice of pie.
A pie chart displays data, information, and statistics in an easy-to-read ‘pie-slice’ format with varying slice sizes telling how much of one data element exists. The bigger the slice, the more of that particular data was gathered.
Pie charts are very easy to understand and also easy as figuring out which slice of an actual pie is the biggest. Usually, we have several bits of data, and each is pictured on the pie chart as a pie slice. We can see that some data have larger slices than others. So we can easily identify which data is more important to our audience than others.