Framework: DD009 – dd009_v01
This is a pie to subdivided column combination. See v02 for the reverse: subdivided column to pie variation. In this case, however, the pie represents segments that make up a whole, and the subdivided column represents a further breakdown of the highlighted slice of the pie. Whenever possible, use coloring to make a visual relationship between the section of the pie and the breakout information. You can also rotate the pie slightly to make a graceful flow from slice to subdivided column. You can use a dashed line leader from the highlighted slice to the subdivided column or you can use the method we have shown in the example. Whatever method you decide is most appropriate to complement the look of your presentation, be sure to use it consistently.
This page, when downloaded and placed in your presentation, will take on the defaults of your company's template. Review the FAQs, best practices associated with data-driven charts, and the tutorial for this series to understand how to work best with this series of charts.
Part of series: DD009 Data-Driven Charts 009 – Combination Charts
Series Keywords: dual axis, multiple chart types, complex charts
Combination charts help you tell a more complete story. In many cases, the provide an opportunity to break out a section to show more detail. In other cases, they just add layers of information. Use these combination charts or create your own combinations to present your information completely and sequentially.
Key search words: dual axis, multiple chart types, complex charts