PieChart keyword Displays data as a pie chart. The chart is based on the number of occurrences of identical values in a column. This chart requires one column in the datasheet. Datasheet: The column type is a string (text). You can use this keyword in the Charts app. Learn more about PieChart. Comments 5 comments Sort by Date Votes Andrew Carrier May 13, 2020 16:50 I have a sheet that includes 6 columns with the following possible answers - Least interested - 1 2 3 4 Most interested - 5 All columns only produce results in the tables with answers 2; 3; 4 (it omits Least interested - 1 and Most interested - 5). Except the last column, which will include all values. Does anyone have an idea as to why? They are all using PieChart - csvFilter with Charts. *Note - I also noticed when I change to PieChart - NoFilter all the the unworking columns will return "Pie chart should have a first column of type string". The working column displays accurately in Awesome Tables. 0 Comment actions Permalink Casper Zuurdeeg May 05, 2021 20:11 Is it possible to have a filter button and piechart keyword in the same column? 0 Comment actions Permalink Remi June 09, 2021 07:37 Hello Casper, Thanks for your post! Yes it is absolutely possible to add a filter keyword and a chart keyword. Please do not forget to add a "-" between them Thanks 0 Comment actions Permalink Isaque Rodrigues June 10, 2021 12:33 Hello, A quick help, please! How can I replace the % value per raw number in the chart? Thanks Isaque 0 Comment actions Permalink Remi June 16, 2021 09:56 Hello Isaque, Thanks for your comment I'm afraid that it is not possible to change from % to raw number in the PieChart. But if you look at the chart itself, when you go over it, the raw numbers are also displayed: Thanks 0 Comment actions Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.