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A Pyramid chart has the form of a triangle and has lines that divide it into sections. Each section has a different width from the others and as a consequence, they imply some kind of hierarchy. The chart can be also explained as a reversed funnel chart that has no neck. The charts can be easily edited and you can use this template to present different data in front of the relevant audience.
This chart has the form of a triangle with 5 segments that display the ascending or descending order of dependencies. You can use this chart to present different business ideas, such as the hierarchical order of organizational structure, or how you can prioritize certain components in a model. The most common example of this chart is the well-known Maslow’s theory of needs.
This triangular pyramid is another unique alternative to presenting hierarchy among different objects. Each triangle represents a different concept and each of them is arranged in different levels that indicate their importance. This kind of pyramid has a wide application in many sciences, such as psychology, economics, nutrition, etc.
This slide incorporates three pyramids that have three levels. They are combined for a better presentation of an important matter, where each of the levels is shown in isolation. The speaker can easily explain the importance of each level and can initiate an open discussion with the audience regarding the underlying issue.
A pyramid chart is shaped as a triangle that is divided into sections
The triangles pyramid chart is a unique way of showing ascending or descending order of dependencies
The three pyramids enable the audience to better grasp the importance of each level separately
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