Free online pie chart maker, no credit card needed.
Make a fully customizable and reusable pie chart.
Keep your pie chart design private or public.
Unlimited designs and no limit of online views.
All elements in your pie chart such as labels, data marks, and slices can be styled to the smallest graphic detail matching the most demanding design requirements. Background, rounded corner, stroke width, position, alignment: all tools are at hand to unleash your creativity and get the message of the pie chart across.
Enjoy full design freedom while greatly improving productivity. We believe that carefully designed pie charts are essential to making an impact with data. Datylon gives you a pie chart maker tool with powerful styling properties equal to none.
Use our pie chart templates to get you started easily. Create your own to become even more productive and stay on-brand.
Save time and re-use or re-purpose pie charts with new data. Discover how charts adapt automatically.
Advanced data visualization right within Adobe Illustrator! Use our extension for Illustrator and boost your dataviz power with an extra set of unrivaled chart design features. Build charts with the Datylon chart maker and add annotations, titles and illustrations using Adobe’s most powerful linework toolbox. Try it out for free with a 14-day trial.
"The best thing about Datylon is the incredible level of customization that is possible for every chart. [...] It's easy to change colors, font sizing, data-point positioning, labels, etc."
- Anneka, Senior Graphic Designer
"The other products were either too data analysis centric or didn't have enough styling options.
I use Datylon as a designer, not as an analyst, so I really care about ease of creation, ease of editing and the overall look."
- Emily, Creative Director
"I feel like we (designers) finally have an easy-to-use tool that doesn't lack
the customizability and design aesthetic that other graph maker tools tend to have".
- Josh, Layout Designer
Create an account and get started online or download a 14-day trial version of Datylon for Illustrator. Connect with a Datylon expert for a free demo session.
You do not have to choose between freedom of design or additional productivity. With the Datylon pie chart maker, you easily create impactful data visualizations, again and again. Unleash your creativity in six steps:
Making an account on Datylon is free and it only takes a few seconds. You can use your email address or Google account to join our platform and start making your own pie chart.
Although you can start with editing a pre-made pie chart design on the Inspiration page, you can also create a pie chart from scratch with our pie chart maker. Just select 'Create design' and stay in the "Charts" category.
Default charts serve as a starting point to help you design your pie chart. Click on the pie chart card to see a set of default variations and select the one you want by clicking on it.
There are a few ways to add your data to the pie chart maker. You can just type or copy-paste your data into an empty or dummy data sheet. You can also add a locally saved file. You can find more detailed information on how to manage data in the Datylon pie chart maker in our Help Center article.
Data binding is the mandatory step to connect the data as columns or rows to categories, serie, or data marks (e.g. pie chart slices). Make sure to check out our Help Center article to learn more about binding in our pie chart maker.
Every design, publication, and inspiration chart can be exported to SVG, PNG or PDF file.
A pie chart (pie graph or circular graph) visualizes a part-to-whole relationship. It shows how the data is divided into categories with a certain value (the slices), but it always keeps the link between the value of one category and the total sum of those categories (the pie).
This means that the slices should add up to a logical sum. If the data is in percentages, the total should round up to a hundred. If the data is in absolute values, for example in euros, the categories should form a meaningful total.
This relative approach of comparing a part to a whole is key to understanding how to use a pie chart. If the focus of the visualization is on comparing values between categories, it’s better to use another chart type.
A pie chart works best with only a few categories, otherwise, the chart becomes an unreadable clutter. It is also very suitable when one category is very big or very small compared to the other categories. But if the differences between the categories and thus between the slices are small and not easily recognizable, another chart - for example a bar chart - is much better suited.
Scroll and click on the images below to find inspiration samples of pie graphs and other similar charts. With your Datylon account, you can use these designs, customize them and update them with your new data.
Unleash your creativity and design your charts with more freedom than ever before.
Yes! If you want to create a pie chart or any other type of charts or graphs, you need to register on Datylon. Creating your account is free and only takes a few seconds. But if you would like to use our chart maker plug-in for Adobe Illustrator, you can try it for free for 14 days. After that, the plug-in will cost you as little as €15 / $16.95 per month. Check the pricing here. Learn more about the difference between our free Datylon web app and paid Datylon for Illustrator plug-in here.
Easily! If you want to create a pie chart online, you can create a free account on Datylon using this link. With your account, you're free to create any type of chart available. Click on "Create design" and find the chart type or chart template you're interested in. In this case, click on "Pie chart". You can also check our Help Center to learn more about how to create and style your pie chart.
Of course! When you create a new pie chart design, by default it's private. You can then publish the design and add it to publications. Every publication can be shared and embedded online. Just right-click on your publication and generate the code.
Yes. Although you can export your pie chart design as a PDF (or PNG) and print it, it probably is more common to print reports and bigger layouts containing multiple charts and graphs. For this, you might want to use our robust chart maker plug-in for Adobe Illustrator - Datylon for Illustrator. The plug-in supports CMYK color mode or spot colors enabling on-brand color consistency. Learn more about the color modes available here.
Then with Datylon, you're in good hands! Datylon chart maker offers 120+ chart templates. Pie chart, bar graph, scatter plot, heatmap, treemap, and many, many more chart types are available in Datylon! Our chart types are carefully crafted to give you the full power of expression. Use our chart templates to get you started easily and quickly. Create your own to become even more productive and stay on-brand.
Definitely! We're a bunch of data visualization experts ready to help you get started with our chart maker. As it is often with many online tools, at first the features of our chart maker might be overwhelming. There are different ways to get help. You can check our elaborate Help Center and see if your question can be answered there. If not, we're more than happy to show you around our tools and services! Use this link to schedule a free demo session!
About data security:
If you save your data, charts or designs on Datylon's online platform (web app), it will belong only to your account and you will have full control over it. Your data is treated as confidential while Datylon keeps all online user data in secure servers.
If you publish a project on our web app, it can be accessed through a direct link with a unique ID. If you want to make sure nobody finds your visualizations, keep them unpublished and download them as PDFs, SVGs, or PNGs for private use.
Read more here.