This toolbox comes with circle, ring and radial diagrams in different variants and display formats for PowerPoint.
Clearly Displayed Numbers
A pie chart and its alternatives, such as a ring or a fan chart, are used to distinguish ratios and percentages. Specifically, the latter variant can frequently be found in the context of election results and the distribution results of the seats in Parliament. These circular diagrams are easy to create, and yet are very memorable, which makes them an important tool for a graphical presentation in PowerPoint.
Present Your Data
Depending on the context, theme and intended effect, different circular charts can be used to represent your data. Therefore, our PowerPoint presentation contains templates for several different types. The most widely used version for percentage calculation is the pie chart, which clearly illustrates parts of a whole. For more specific contexts, there are also individual variations. The "exploded presentation" for example, is often used in the field of engineering. Each part of the complex diagram looks slightly pulled apart creating gaps to show the internal structure more clearly.
Another variant is the "polar area diagram", or a pie chart whose individual "pie slices" have different lengths. While the angle of each part of the circle is always the same, the individual pieces vary according to their surface area and protrude from the center of the circle to varying lengths. Here, each sector can be divided into several smaller sections based on each surface area, which in turn show percentages. Further sectors can clarify individual aspects of your data. To facilitate your work, in this set, you will find pre-fabricated polar area diagrams and an extensive selection of other circular diagrams ready to be filled with your data.
With our Circle Diagram Toolbox, You Can
- find the right diagram to fit any theme
- graphically present your data quickly
- present your figures in a professional chart design
This PowerPoint Template Includes:
- pie, ring and radial diagrams in different variants
- diagrams with circles and circular elements in exploded view
- polar area diagrams
- graph cut-outs similar to a semi-circular or fan chart