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Pie Chart Appearance

Slice Definition

Labels

  • Display an attribute value as pie chart title
  • Place a total (or row count) in the centre of the pie chart, either boxed in a background color.
  • Add labels to the slices
Piechart Title
Visibility Tick to show a pie chart title
Attribute Select the attribute which value will be used as pie chart title
Display Total
Display Total Tick to show the total value of the pie chart, the sum of the values of the different pie chart slices
Display Total in a Box Tick to show the pie chart total in a box
Box Color Choose a fill color using the color picker for the pie chart total box. This option is only useful when totals are displayed in a box.
Slice Labels
Show Name Tick to show the names of the pie chart slices
Show Value Tick to show the values of the pie chart slices
Show % Tick to show the percentage of the slices value to the total pie chart value
Show Dividers Tick to show the dividers between the pie chart slices

Display Total: For Pie Chart definition by attribute the sum of the attribute values will appear. For Pie Chart definition by classes the row count (amount of records) will appear.
Show Name: When attribute usernames are applied, see Dataset Structure Naming, those usernames will appear as labels for pie charts when Show Name is applied.
Show Value: It is possible to give labels to attribute values, see Valuelist . When the Show Value is applied, the attribute value labels will appear.

Examples

Examples of using the Pie Chart label parameters see : Title / Labels

Title Font

See Label Font.

Title Hotspot

Labels Font

See Label Font.

Pie Size

Field Comment
Determine by Select an attribute which value will determine the actual pie size. If no attribute was selected the radius minimum value will be the fixed pie chart size.
Radius minimum Enter the minimum radius of the pie chart.
Radius maximum Enter the maximum radius of the pie chart.
The pie chart size will be interpolated between radius maximum en minimum according to the attribute value.
Size Unit Select the size unit of entered radius. See size unit

The size can be determined by an attribute value:

  • choose the attribute that must determine the actual size,
  • define a minimal and maximal size of the pie chart in pixels on screen,
  • the pie chart size will be interpolated according to the attribute value.

Note: It is also possible to use meta-attributes such as row count (amount of records) for this attribute.

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