- Release notes
- Getting started
- Working with process apps
- Working with dashboards and charts
- Working with process graphs
- Working with Discover process models and Import BPMN models
- Showing or Hiding the Menu
- Context Information
- Sending Automation Ideas to UiPath Automation Hub
- Due dates
- Root cause analysis
- Simulating automation potential
- Triggering an automation from a process app
- Starting a Task Mining project from Process Mining
- Creating apps
- Loading data
- Uploading Data
- Retrieving the Credentials for the Azure Blob Storage
- Loading Data Using DataUploader
- Viewing Logs
- Optimizing an app
- Scheduling Data Runs
- Customizing process apps
- Introduction to dashboards
- Working with the dashboard editor
- Creating dashboards
- Automation manager
- App templates
- Additional Resources
- Editing Data Transformations in a Local Environment
- Setting up a Local Test Environment
- Designing an Event Log
- Basic troubleshooting guide
Pie charts can be used to compare the relative proportions of a certain metric within a category. The data in a pie chart is displayed in slices that form a circular graph. Each slice of the pie is relative to the size of the category used for the chart. The entire chart represents the total (number or 100%) of the category, while each slice represents a part of the total. See the illustration below for an example.
A legend is automatically generated for a pie chart.
You can edit the properties of a pie chart in the Edit pie chart panel.
Below is a description of the properties of the Pie chart.
Text box that enables you to edit the title of the pie chart.
|Text box that enables you add a text that will be displayed as tooltip when the user hovers the mouse over the chart title in the published process app.
List box that enables you to select the category used for the slices on the pie chart.
List box that enables you to select the metric that defines the values displayed on the slices.
You can select multiple metrics to add them to a metric selector. See the illustration below for an example.
Button that enables you to remove the chart. See