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Pie charts for Pi Day : FRED offers a variety of keen ways to display data

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March 14, aka 3/14, is Pi Day because the Greek letter pi represents 3.14 etc. This post offers pie charts because the FRED Blog is not above using puns. Now, these delectable pie charts cover a variety of topics from recent blog posts. Observe the appealing ways FRED can help you display data, and then click the headings to review the posts themselves. Percentage of homeownership rate by racial and ethnic group in the U.S.[embedded content] The price of a BLT sandwich[embedded content] CO2 emissions from fuel by sector[embedded content] How these graphs were created: It’s a simple recipe: To convert any FRED graph to a pie chart, go to the “Edit Graph” panel, open the “Format” tab, and select graph type “Pie.” Suggested by Diego Mendez-Carbajo.

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March 14, aka 3/14, is Pi Day because the Greek letter pi represents 3.14 etc.

This post offers pie charts because the FRED Blog is not above using puns.

Now, these delectable pie charts cover a variety of topics from recent blog posts. Observe the appealing ways FRED can help you display data, and then click the headings to review the posts themselves.

Percentage of homeownership rate by racial and ethnic group in the U.S.

The price of a BLT sandwich

CO2 emissions from fuel by sector

How these graphs were created: It’s a simple recipe: To convert any FRED graph to a pie chart, go to the “Edit Graph” panel, open the “Format” tab, and select graph type “Pie.”

Suggested by Diego Mendez-Carbajo.

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