Numbers Donut Charts

A new feature of Numbers, Pages and Keynote is the ability to use Donut charts instead of Pie charts to represent a single row of data. Donut charts are popular right now, and some say they are better ways to visualize data than Pie charts.

Comments: 5 Responses to “Numbers Donut Charts”

    6 years ago

    Looks like they'd use a lot less toner/ink as well... especially if a lot of copies are involved.

    Franc Coleman
    6 years ago

    Could you please tell me how you deleted the thin black border on yoyr Donut Chart?

    I created a chart but mine has a thin black border around it?


    6 years ago

    I can't see any way to add a border to the chart. Is the border around the curved parts of the donut, or a square around the entire thing? Perhaps you added a shadow and it just looks like a border with your scale?

    6 years ago

    I wonder whether you can still animate the donut chart in keynote? I don't seem to find it possible anymore. Thanks!

    6 years ago

    nico: The real chart animation features in Keynote are only for the 3D charts. Donut doesn't have a 3D version. You can apply some standard build-ins for the 2D charts, including Donut, but that is just trying to make each item appear in different ways. Not sure what you mean by "still" as the Donut chart is very new.

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