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How to create a Pie Chart in Power BI | Power BI Tutorials for Beginners

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  • Q1
    What is the first step in creating a pie chart in Power BI?
    Importing the dataset
    Publishing the report
    Selecting the pie chart icon
    Filtering the data
  • Q2
    Which data type is most appropriate for pie chart visualization in Power BI?
  • Q3
    How can you explode a slice in a Power BI pie chart?
    Select the slice and adjust settings
    Increase the slice's data value
    Drag the slice out
    Double-click the slice
  • Q4
    What feature should you use to display values as percentages in a pie chart tooltip in Power BI?
    Data labels settings
    Value settings
    Tooltip settings
    Legend settings
  • Q5
    In Power BI, what is a limitation of using pie charts?
    Cannot use categorical data
    Can be misleading with many categories
    They display data in real-time
    Only useful for large datasets
  • Q6
    How do you change the color of a specific slice in a Power BI pie chart?
    Modifying the data source
    By changing the theme of the report
    Editing the page background
    Through the data colors option
  • Q7
    What is the maximum recommended number of slices for a pie chart in Power BI for clarity?
    No maximum limit
    15-20 slices
    5-7 slices
    10-12 slices
  • Q8
    Which function is not a direct option when formatting a pie chart in Power BI?
    3D rendering
    Legend position adjustments
    Detail labels settings
    Border settings
  • Q9
    When adding a pie chart in Power BI, which pane do you use to drag fields into values?
    Visualization pane
    Format pane
    Filter pane
    Fields pane
  • Q10
    What is the key advantage of using a pie chart over a bar chart in Power BI?
    Greater detail for comparisons
    Better for trend analysis
    Visual simplicity for part-whole relationships
    More precise for large data sets

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