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Title: Introducing Designer Charts and Diagrams


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PowerPoint provides several basic charts and
diagrams
(and weve made them better)
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PowerPoints default Pie of Pie diagram
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Our improved Pie of Pie diagram
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Now here are some more of our charts and diagrams
with example data
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A stacked cylinder chart shows the changes in a
data series over time or compares multiple items.
STACKED CYLINDER COLUMN DATA DRIVEN
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An exploded doughnut chart is identical to a
doughnut chart except the slice being emphasized
is moved away from the center.
EXPLODED DOUGHNUT DATA DRIVEN
Sales by Region
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BUBBLE CHART IN 3D DATA DRIVEN
Number of Products
A bubble chart is a type of chart where each
plotted entity is defined in terms of three
distinct numeric parameters.
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CIRCLE ARROWS
Circle arrow diagrams are commonly used to
represent order or process steps.
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5 Ps OF SERVICES MARKETING
The 5 Ps of Services Marketing diagram is often
used as an introductory slide of a presentation
covering each element of a marketing campaign.
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FILLED RADAR DATA DRIVEN
Radar charts are useful when you want to look at
several different factors, which are related to
one item.
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FORCES AT WORK
The forces at work diagram provides a simple
perspective for analyzing the competitive
strength and position of a business organization.
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LINE CHART DATA DRIVEN
A line chart displays information as a series of
data points connected by straight line segments.
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