Pie Chart Widget

Description The pie chart is most commonly used to show how a collection of indicator values that represent a “whole” e.g. ethnicity within a population.
Show All Areas By default the chart displays data for the one area being reported. You can override this though so that the chart shows information for all the areas in your map. You’d often use this option to show how the reported area compares to all other areas (for example how the population of one area compares with all the other areas). The area being reported can be highlighted.
Show Comparison Values If you have set up comparison areas in your feature service you can choose to display data in your pie chart for those areas. This is often used to display for instance national or regional figures (usually as sepa- rate pie charts alongside the one for your feature).
Segment/Pie Style and Width A range of styles and widths are available for the border of the pies/ segments.
Palletes Different colour palettes can be used to display the pie chart segments.
Tooltip A tooltip can be configured to display for instance feature name & value, when the user hovers over any segment in the pie chart.
Segment Labels There are a variety of settings that allow you to control how the segment labels are displayed including font, size, value etc.
Borders, Colours and Styles This provides you with some common pie chart configuration options that can be applied with a single click.
Quick Picks This provides you with some common line chart configuration options that can be applied with a single click.
Multiple Pies By default all data values go into one “pie”. By selecting multiple pies you can have, for example, one pie for the current features and one each for comparison features. This can be useful when comparing distributions between a feature and its comparisons.