The LineChart control represents data as a series of points, in Cartesian coordinates, connected by a continuous line. You can use an icon or symbol to represent each data point along the line, or show a simple line without icons.
The following figure shows an example of a simple line chart:
You use the PieChart control to define a standard pie chart. The data for the data provider determines the size of each wedge in the pie chart relative to the other wedges.
The following figure shows an example of a pie chart:
Flex lets you create doughnut charts out of PieChart controls. Doughnut charts are identical to pie charts, except that they have hollow centers and resemble wheels rather than filled circles. The following figure shows an example of a doughnut chart:
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