Pie BI Chart

Displays a pie chart showing all the tasks for a specific project (or) all projects.

Pie charts also are quite simple and pretty famous in project management. Just like bar charts, they may be bendy and might constitute distinct sorts of assignment information. These charts are round in form and act as a perfect device for information segmentation.

The fundamental motive of the use of a pie chart is to demonstrate the numeric proportions of various classes that shape a collective whole. This kind of chart is a number of the maximum fundamental information visualization equipment that you could use for dealing with initiatives for all stages of complexities.

While Pie charts can also additionally appear best to apply beneath any conditions, there’s one precise challenge that restricts its usage. These charts are particularly accurate for showing proportions of a constrained wide variety of classes, ideally much less than 10. When the wide variety of classes turns too large, the pie chart turns cluttered, and additionally, it turns hard to recognize the proportions simply with the aid of using having a trifling look.

What do you mean by a pie BI chart?

A pie Business Intelligence chart is a pictorial representation of data. The slices of pie here show the relative sizes of data. The same data is represented in different sizes with the help of pie charts.

Business Intelligence accesses data both internally to your organization and externally to help you take the best course of action.

Let us understand how to use it in Restya Core.

It Shows the search results from a specified filter in a pie-chart, based on a statistic of your choice. It also provides the chart based on Assignees, Projects, Status, Reporter, and Component. The 'Pie Chart' report displays tasks returned from a specified project or task filter, grouped by a specified field.

Reporter Pie BI Report

In the Reporter Pie BI Report, each colored area represents users in your Restya Core. Each label represents the users of the Restya Core. The size of these colored areas indicates how many tasks are created currently for each user.

Status Pie BI Report

In the Status Pie BI Report, each colored area represents a status in your Kanban board. Each label represents the status of all projects in the Restya Core. The size of these colored areas indicates how many work tasks are currently on each list.

Assignee Pie BI Report

In the Assignee Pie BI Report, each colored area represents users in your Kanban board. Each label represents the users of all projects in the Restya Core. The size of these colored areas indicates how many work tasks are assigned to each user.

Component Pie BI Report

In the Component Pie BI Report, each colored area represents components in your Restya Core of all the projects. Each label represents the components of all projects in the Restya Core. . The size of these colored areas indicates how many work tasks are assigned currently on each component.

Milestones Pie BI Report

In the Milestones Pie BI Report, each colored area represents milestones in your Restya Core of all the projects. Each label represents the Milestones of all projects in the Restya Core. . The size of these colored areas indicates how many work tasks are assigned currently on each Milestone.

How to Generate a Pie BI Chart Report

Step 1

Go to BI Reports → click on Pie Chart Report as shown in the following screenshot.

Step 2

To refine the data shown in the report, click Refine report, and select the desired filters.

Step 3

Analyze it from within Restya Core, or even export the data in a different format like JSON, CSV, and Xlsx. This way, you start using your processes’ information in your favor and in a smarter way.

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