Pie Chart In Research Paper

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Pie charts are great to show how 100% divide up into a few shares.Although it can be tempting to use them often, pie charts are only rarely the best option for your data.Scatter plots are composed of individual dots that represent the value of a specific event on the scale established by the two variables plotted on the -axis (vertically). Bar graphs come in three main types: 1) solid vertical or horizontal bars, 2) multiple bar graphs, and 3) sliding bars. A multiple bar graph can show more complex information than a simple bar graph, e. monthly expenditures divided into categories (housing, food, transportation, etc.). Pictorial graphs can be very deceptive: if the height of an image is doubled, its area is quadrupled.

Pie charts are great to show how 100% divide up into a few shares.Although it can be tempting to use them often, pie charts are only rarely the best option for your data.Scatter plots are composed of individual dots that represent the value of a specific event on the scale established by the two variables plotted on the -axis (vertically). Bar graphs come in three main types: 1) solid vertical or horizontal bars, 2) multiple bar graphs, and 3) sliding bars. A multiple bar graph can show more complex information than a simple bar graph, e. monthly expenditures divided into categories (housing, food, transportation, etc.). Pictorial graphs can be very deceptive: if the height of an image is doubled, its area is quadrupled.

The text in a figure should be in a san serif font (such as Helvetica, Arial, or Futura).

The font size must be between eight and fourteen point.

Here we have a closer look to understand when and when not to use this chart type: Pie charts work best for values around 25%, 50% or 75%.

It’s easier for readers to spot these percentages in a pie chart than in a stacked bar or column chart.

These terms must be consistent with those used in the text and in other figures.

The lettering in the legend should be of the same type and size as that used in the figure.

The APA has determined specifications for the size of figures and the fonts used in them.

Figures of one column must be between 2 and 3.25 inches wide (5 to 8.45 cm).

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