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What is a donut graph? 

A donut graph displays data in a circular format with a hole in the middle. The graph is divided into different sections, or slices, which represent different categories or groups of data. The size of each slice shows the proportion or percentage of that category compared to the whole. Donut graphs are helpful for comparing groups of data, visualizing proportions, and understanding data distribution.


Build a donut graph

Within the Graphing tab, select the Graph type menu and choose the Donut option. Choose what the slices measure in the Measurement dropdown, and add an optional Center measurement. Use the Group by dropdown and Customize button to define what the slices display.

The slices in a donut chart help you understand and visualize relationships between different parts of a whole, and a center measurement can provide context for the segments or display additional relevant information.


Add a delta

Add deltas to the graph using the Add dropdown. Choose the period that you'd like the delta to compare to, and use the checkboxes to display deltas on the slice measurement, center measurement, or both.

Deltas use the same comparison period for both center and slice measurements, but delta display options, like icon colors, can be configured separately for each measurement.