You may notice that a donut chart looks like another popular type of diagram where each of its slices represents a proportional relationship of parts to a whole: a pie chart. While a donut chart is essentially the same as a pie chart in function, with its center cut out, the “slices” in a donut chart are sometimes more clearly defined than in a pie chart.
Instead of comparing the different slices in a pie chart, the viewer focuses on the percentages of each piece in a donut chart. Plus, the blank center of a donut chart can be used to display even more relevant information inside.
Use a donut chart template to:
- Display parts of a whole
- Show percentages of different categories
- Weigh proportions
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