# Bar of pieΒΆ

Make a "bar of pie" chart where the first slice of the pie is "exploded" into a bar chart with a further breakdown of said slice's characteristics. The example demonstrates using a figure with multiple sets of axes and using the axes patches list to add two ConnectionPatches to link the subplot charts.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from matplotlib.patches import ConnectionPatch
import numpy as np

# make figure and assign axis objects
fig, (ax1, ax2) = plt.subplots(1, 2, figsize=(9, 5))

# pie chart parameters
ratios = [.27, .56, .17]
labels = ['Approve', 'Disapprove', 'Undecided']
explode = [0.1, 0, 0]
# rotate so that first wedge is split by the x-axis
angle = -180 * ratios[0]
ax1.pie(ratios, autopct='%1.1f%%', startangle=angle,
labels=labels, explode=explode)

# bar chart parameters

xpos = 0
bottom = 0
ratios = [.33, .54, .07, .06]
width = .2
colors = [[.1, .3, .5], [.1, .3, .3], [.1, .3, .7], [.1, .3, .9]]

for j in range(len(ratios)):
height = ratios[j]
ax2.bar(xpos, height, width, bottom=bottom, color=colors[j])
ypos = bottom + ax2.patches[j].get_height() / 2
bottom += height
ax2.text(xpos, ypos, "%d%%" % (ax2.patches[j].get_height() * 100),
ha='center')

ax2.set_title('Age of approvers')
ax2.legend(('50-65', 'Over 65', '35-49', 'Under 35'))
ax2.axis('off')
ax2.set_xlim(- 2.5 * width, 2.5 * width)

# use ConnectionPatch to draw lines between the two plots
# get the wedge data
theta1, theta2 = ax1.patches[0].theta1, ax1.patches[0].theta2
center, r = ax1.patches[0].center, ax1.patches[0].r
bar_height = sum([item.get_height() for item in ax2.patches])

# draw top connecting line
x = r * np.cos(np.pi / 180 * theta2) + center[0]
y = r * np.sin(np.pi / 180 * theta2) + center[1]
con = ConnectionPatch(xyA=(-width / 2, bar_height), coordsA=ax2.transData,
xyB=(x, y), coordsB=ax1.transData)
con.set_color([0, 0, 0])
con.set_linewidth(4)

# draw bottom connecting line
x = r * np.cos(np.pi / 180 * theta1) + center[0]
y = r * np.sin(np.pi / 180 * theta1) + center[1]
con = ConnectionPatch(xyA=(-width / 2, 0), coordsA=ax2.transData,
xyB=(x, y), coordsB=ax1.transData)
con.set_color([0, 0, 0])