Is there a name for this sort of chart below (sourced from New Zealand's Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, for whom I work but I was not involved in creating this plot)? It consists of ...
I wanted to create a bubble chart which means a scatter plot with a separate variable indicating diameter of bubble. Is there any way to use bubble then as pie chart? I would really like to do this in ...
I want to create a pie chart for four items, the arc of the slices would be equal, each 90 degrees, however the areas would be different since I will shrink or enlarge the slice depending on the data. ...
I have yearly data for the import of fish products to Portugal (years 2000 to 2011) per country. There are some trends that I would like to visualize, for example some countries drop out and enter in ...
I understand the critiques of pie charts as referenced here: Problems with pie charts However, the above response (and the R manual) always cite dot plots from Cleveland as an alternative. My ...
Can the percentages in a pie chart add up to more than $100\%$ and the data or analyses will still make sense (or be logical)?
Can the percentages in a pie chart add up to more than $100\%$ and the data or analyses will still make sense (or be logical)? Let's say the percentage in a pie chart adds up to $100\%$ . Does this ...
Is there a name for this data visualization? It's almost like half a pie chart. In this case, it was animated like a speedometer you would see on a car dashboard; the divider (the needle) pointed ...
First off, be warned: I am a complete stats novice. I'd like to learn, but at the moment I have an intense business problem to solve that I think (hope?) is straightforward enough that it could be ...
There seems to be in increasing discussion about pie charts. The main arguments against it seem to be: Area is perceived with less power than length. Pie charts have very low data-point-to-pixel ...