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Doughnut Chart

The Doughnut Chart is nearly the same as a Pie Chart. The only difference is that the middle section of the chart is removed.

This chart shows the distrubution in quantity of a set of records that comprise the whole. In this example, the entire doughnut represents the annual sales:

Instructions

  • Use the same data set from the Column Chart example.
  • Use only one data series for this type of chart.
  • In this example, we use 2015 Sales.

Summary

The Doughnut Chart is much the same as a Pie Chart but provides a slightly different look and feel.

Be sure to use a single data series for this type of chart.

Last modified: 9/9/2017 10:47 PM
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