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The Diagrams Book by Kevin Duncan

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PART THREE

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CIRCLES AND PIES

A WORD ONCIRCLESAND PIES

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Stone circles. Crop circles. The circle of life. Hitting the bull’s-eye.

Pies, fried eggs, onions, targets. Everyone loves a circle.

Circles offer the ability to handle huge amounts of data.

Quantities as a proportion of a greater whole are often easier to grasp as segments.

They are superb for highlighting subject matter and isolating elements.

Circles are complete in their own right, and so are ideal for concepts that need to be whole but do not need to specify direction.

Empty circles ...

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