You can use a Harvey Ball chart to visualize a value compared to its total. This is not a pie chart with multiple values or sections, but rather just one value from a total. If you configure thresholds, the semantic color of the value shows a positive, critical, or negative value. You can also use regular chart colors from the qualitative palette without a semantic meaning.
The Harvey Ball micro chart is fully responsive. The size adjusts dynamically based on the dimensions of the parent container. In addition, there are four fixed sizes: L, M, S and XS. Each fixed size is a snapshot of the fully responsive micro chart for specific dimensions.
Harvey Ball micro chart in size XS in a grid table
Maximum and Minimum Sizes
The Harvey Ball micro chart can have the following dimensions:
|Maximum||320 px||94 px|
|Minimum||64 px||18 px|
If the chart height is less than 56 px, only the slice label is visible.
If the container scales in height, the size of the micro chart adapts to the available vertical space.
- If the container height increases, the size of the micro chart increases (assuming the available width is suffcient).
- If the container height decreases, the size of the micro chart is reduced again.
If the micro chart is smaller than size S, only the chart slice and slice label are visible. If there is not enough space for the label, it is not shown.