Hi @Ross ,
We suggest trying our app - Table Filter and Charts for Confluence.
The first step is to wrap your table into the Table Toolbox macro:
Then we need to count the number of your text values for the Column A:
And the last step is to make your pie chart based on the pivot table:
If you need to create several different charts for the same table (for Column B, Column C, etc.), we suggest reusing it as many times as you need with the help of the Table Excerpt/Table Excerpt Include macros.
In such case you'll be able to make changes only to the source table and all of your charts will be updated automatically.
Hope this helps.
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