JuliaABlu
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This is all I have so far: visually effective but not very accurate. :cool:
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What dataset are you using and what do you want to show with the pie chart? What specifically are the pie charts not showing, that you'd like them to? You could add data labels which give the count and percentage for each segment. That would make them accurate as well as giving a visual representation of proportionality.

I've based undergrad and Masters dissertations on data analysis which relied heavily on pie charts and both got good marks. If you use them correctly, pie charts do the job. Just depends whether you've matched the type of chart to the data and what you need it to show.
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