Pie Chart Maker

Easily create a pie chart online with our free pie chart maker.

The data should be separated by Enter or , (comma).
The tool ignores empty cells or non-numeric cells.

How to Use Pie Chart Maker

Easy steps to create a pie chart with our pie chart maker:

  1. Go to pie chart maker>choose chart type as pie chart.
  2. Enter your data and it should separated by comma or each item in a new line.
  3. Customize your pie chart by adding a title, colors, labels, 3D option, and more.
  4. Use insert columns option to add more data.
  5. Click on create button to make a pie chart instantly.
  6. Download your pie chart as a PNG, SVG, or print it.
  7. Optional: Enable 3D option to download your 3D pie chart.

Pie Chart Maker

Easily create beautiful pie charts online with our free pie chart maker. Customize your pie chart by adding a title, custom colors, labels, and more.

Pie Charts

A pie chart is a circular statistical graphic that is divided into slices to illustrate numerical proportion. In a pie chart, the arc length of each slice (and consequently its central angle and area), is proportional to the quantity it represents. While pie charts can be used to visualize some kinds of data, they also have limitations and there are often better alternatives.

When to Use a Pie Chart

Pie charts are most effective when trying to:

Limitations of Pie Charts

Some key limitations of pie charts include:

Alternatives to Pie Charts

Some better alternatives for visualizing data include:

Bar charts : Allow comparison of different values across categories through the length of the bars. Can show changes over time.

Column charts : Useful for time series data or comparing several items. Height encodes values.

Line charts : Ideal for visualizing trends over time. Lines connect successive data points.

Donut charts : Similar to a pie chart but contains a blank center, allowing a label or additional information to be placed there.

The key is to use the right visual to communicate the relationships in your data. Pie charts work well for composition data but have limits. Consider alternate chart types if you need to convey trends, precise values, small differences, or multiple data series.

Last Updated on June 12, 2024