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Eclipse BIRT Report Developer Guide
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You use the palette to add a chart element, and then select a chart type. In this tutorial, you select a pie chart.

Figure 14-2 Adding a chart element to a blank report design

Figure 14-3 Select Chart Type

Figure 14‑3
The lower part of the Select Chart Type page displays the different types of charts that you can create. Some chart types include several subtypes, giving you a wide range of available types. Choosing a chart type on Select Chart Type displays the available subtypes for that type of chart. By default, these subtypes create two-dimensional charts.
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In the Select Chart Type list, select Pie. The chart builder shows a symbol of a pie chart in the Subtype area, as shown in Figure 14‑4. Pie charts have only one subtype, regardless of the Dimension setting, so you see only one option in the Subtype area.

Figure 14-4 Two-dimensional subtype for a pie chart


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