7 Pie Chart Alternatives in Numbers

Pie charts can represent a simple comparison between a set of values. Here are some other chart variations that you can use to also represent a simple visual comparison.

Comments: 5 Responses to “7 Pie Chart Alternatives in Numbers”

    Robert Bailey
    6 months ago

    The last version using emojis could be extremely useful! Thank you!

    Larry Mortimer
    6 months ago

    Gary, I can use these tricks. Thanks! Larry

    nick
    6 months ago

    Hey Gary, slightly off topic but related...I added a background image to a chart, but there doesn't seem to be a way to control the transparency of the image. thx

    6 months ago

    nick: How about putting the background as its own element BEHIND the chart instead?

    nick
    6 months ago

    Yes, that works great Gary. As a long time Excel user and having decided to move to Numbers for good, I remember one comment you made in one of your videos that Numbers is more like a canvas rather than just a spreadsheet. That comment made it all make sense to me and convinced me to use Numbers instead. Thanks.

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