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Multi-Series Pie Chart?

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J asked on 19 Jun 2014, 05:49 AM
Quick Question:
Is it possible to create a pie chart with multiple series? Such as, a stacked pie chart or grouped pie chart.

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JT

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Martin Ivanov
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answered on 23 Jun 2014, 04:36 PM
Hi JT,

Yes, the RadPieChart supports multiple series, but when you define them they will overlap one another and only the last one will be visible. However, if you provide us with a picture of the desired result we might be able to assist you further with your scenario.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

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Martin
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answered on 19 Mar 2019, 03:31 PM

Hey This is reference for Multiseries doughnut chart... I want this functionality in wpf telerik but I could not find this kind of feature.

http://6.anychart.com/products/anychart/docs/users-guide/Pie-Donut.html#multi_donut

 

It is overlapping

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Martin Ivanov
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answered on 22 Mar 2019, 09:47 AM
Hello Gaurav,

You can achieve this with the RadPieChart along with multiple DoughnutSeries. By default the series will overlap one another, but you can avoid this and adjust their positions by setting the RadiusFactor and InnerRadius factor properties of the series. Here is an example in code:
<telerik:RadPieChart Palette="Windows8">
    <telerik:DoughnutSeries InnerRadiusFactor="0.45">
        <telerik:DoughnutSeries.DataPoints>
            <telerik:PieDataPoint Value="10" />
            <telerik:PieDataPoint Value="12" />
            <telerik:PieDataPoint Value="38" />
            <telerik:PieDataPoint Value="31" />
        </telerik:DoughnutSeries.DataPoints>
    </telerik:DoughnutSeries>
    <telerik:DoughnutSeries RadiusFactor="0.3">
        <telerik:DoughnutSeries.DataPoints>
            <telerik:PieDataPoint Value="10" />
            <telerik:PieDataPoint Value="12" />
            <telerik:PieDataPoint Value="38" />
            <telerik:PieDataPoint Value="31" />
        </telerik:DoughnutSeries.DataPoints>
    </telerik:DoughnutSeries>
</telerik:RadPieChart>
I also attached a small example showing this. I hope this helps.

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Martin Ivanov
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