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Definition and Explanation on Circle and Pie Graphs - Mathematics
In a circle graph (or pie chart), each part of the data is represented by a sector of the circle. Prior to technology and spreadsheet programs, one would require ...
How to Create and Format a Pie Chart in Excel - Spreadsheets
Use a pie chart in Excel to show the percentage each slice of the pie represents of the total chart value. This tutorial includes a step by step example.
Adding Category Names and Rotating the Excel Pie Chart
This step in the tutorial covers adding category names to the data labels and rotating the chart on the X and Y axes.
Free Excel Pie Chart Tutorials - Spreadsheets - About.com
Free tutorials on how to create and format a pie chart in Excel. Each tutorial includes a step by step example of how to create and format a pie chart in Excel.
Excel Pie Chart Uses - Spreadsheets - About.com
Pie charts, or circle graphs as they are sometimes known, are used to show percents. This article covers what pie charts are and what they are used for.
Exploding a Pie Chart in Excel - Add Emphasis to Data - Spreadsheets
To add emphasis to a particular piece of a pie chart you can move or "explode" this slice out from the rest of the chart as can be seen in the image to the right.
Changing Colors in the Pie Chart - Spreadsheets - About.com
This step in the tutorial covers changing the colors of the pie slices, the background color, and the text color in the chart.
Adding Data Labels to the Excel Pie Chart - Spreadsheets - About.com
This step in the tutorial covers adding data labels to the pie chart data and deleting the chart's legend.
Entering and Selecting the Chart Data in an Excel Pie Chart
This step in the tutorial covers selecting the chart data and creating a basic, unformatted pie chart.
Description of a Pie Chart and a Graph - Statistics - About.com
One of the most common ways to represent data graphically is called a pie chart. It gets its name by how it looks, just like a circular pie that has been cut into ...
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