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20 Pie Chart Templates to Draw Intuitive Comparisons
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20 Pie Chart Templates to Draw Intuitive Comparisons

Measurements are part and parcel of our life, and comparison is the very essence of it.    From weighing food materials before cooking to distributing national, corporate, or household budgets, measurement and comparisons find their roots everywhere.   A good practice when dispensing resources is to manage and visualize their exhaustion cautiously. Graphs, charts, and reports serve this purpose effectively. Graphical visualization also finds use within organizations to keep the employees updated, track revenue dynamics, and plan consequently.   Pie charts, for instance, represent a variant of graphs that allow us to compare portions to the whole. We identify and distribute values between two or more categories for a given budget, space, or quantity to visualize proportions.     via GIPHY   In this blog we have summoned 20 creatively designed pie chart templates that you can put to use.   20 Ready-to-use Pie Chart Templates   Pie charts are ideal for studying the distribution of budget or employees within an organization. They are also used for surveying responses and classifying opinions (especially if more than two).    Besides, you can use pie chart designs to visually represent the percentage of users, or followers of a particular brand or service. They are also appropriate to study and demonstrate the composition of materials.   Owing to these applications, the humble pie chart finds its use in corporations, academia, and management concerning both small and big units.    To fulfill your data visualization needs, we are featuring our 20 best pie chart templates here. Replete with editable graphics and icons, these 2D and 3D template designs will help you discover your inner data storyteller with ease. So scroll below and download the ones you like.   Template 1 Here is the simplest of the pie chart templates to help you present the distribution of entities. The whole circle is assigned a total value, and each segment corresponds to an individual portion. Additionally, you can allocate accurate percentages to quantify segments.      Download this template Template 2 If the number of constituents is more than four, a composite 2-D pie chart template is needed to visualize it. You can even associate an index for individual segments to avoid any superimposition of labels. Even in the absence of indexing, you can always use pull-out arrows to label segments. These types of pie chart templates come handy when addressing customer complaints, in order to prioritize...

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