Half Pie Chart(4)
- Custom colors and number formats
- Custom connectors and labels
- Exploded segments
- Optional sorting by value
- Optional cut-out (half donut chart)
What is a half pie chart?
A half pie chart (also, half moon or semicircle chart) is a 180 degrees graph that represents the composition of a whole. Its total arc area corresponds to 100%, and its slices illustrate the part-to-whole relationships.
The half pie chart works like a regular pie chart. Its main advantage over the full circle graph is that it takes less space in your layout.
Because its form corresponds to the broadly adopted Parliament hemicycle, the half pie chart is often used to illustrate elections results and the composition of legislatures and assemblies. In this case, the slices are usually plotted with the political colors associated with the parties, and they are organized according to the seating plan of the house or the ideological positions, from left to right.
How to make a half pie chart with Vizzlo?
Make your half pie chart online and export it to presentations and reports with ease. Check the examples to get inspired and follow these easy steps:
- Click on the elements to edit them. Use the active cards in the sidebar as support.
- Click on the “plus” button on the chart to add new slices.
- Alternatively, copy and paste your data into Vizzlo’s spreadsheet (tab “DATA”).
- Select a slice and check the box “Exploded slice” in its active card to explode it (you can also right-click for this).
- Customize the display of labels, values, and lines, using the options of the tab “APPEARANCE.”