Pie chart

Check out the given walk-through on how to set the Pie chart properties.

The most widely used chart to show proportions, percentages, and categorizes information is the Pie Chart. It is mainly used for comparison where the users can find out quickly which category is most popular, and which is least.


General Settings

  • Style: Select a style to display data

    • Pie

    • Doughnut

    • Semi Doughnut

  • Series Color: You can insert or delete a series and set color of specific series using this property.

    • The Series Color window appears while clicking the Series Color icon.

  • Order: Select a sequence for displaying data

    • None

    • Ascending

    • Descending

    • Manual Sort

    • By selecting an order (ascending or descending, users will be required to configure the following fields:

      • Order By- Select a value option from the drop-down menu to order the sequence of the data

      • Limit- Set a number to display the requested data by this limit

    • Exclude from Global Filter: The view will be excluded from the Global Filter condition by putting a checkmark in the box

    • Show Data Label: Data label will be displayed by turning on the radio button

    • Max Slices: Set a number to limit the maximum displayed slices in the chart

View Filter

  • Filter: Select a filter condition using the drop-down menu


  • Format Type: Select a desired format type from the drop-down menu (the provided options for this field are: None, Auto, Percent, Thousand, Lacs, Crore, Million)

  • Currency Type: Select a currency symbol to be displayed in the view (the provided options for this field are: None, Euro, Rupees, Pound, USD, Yen, Cent)

  • Precision: Set the after-decimal value (It will show up to 5 precision)

    • E.g., the below given image displays ‘Sum of Monthly Salary’ for Senior QA Engineer in 1,161K as the selected currency type is ‘Rupees’ and the format type is ‘Thousands”.


  • Text: Provide any information regarding the chart. If any digit or character is required to be highlighted, put it inside two asterisks. (E.g., *70%* or *skills*).

  • Text align: There are three alignments to align the text.

    • Left

    • Right

    • Centre

  • Position: There are two options to position the text.

    • Bottom

    • Right

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