A pie chart is a great way of showing the relationship between numbers, especially when showing percentages. Drawing a pie chart from scratch takes a fair amount of maths to get working and so people usually go for third party charting libraries in order to add charts to the page.
I recently came across a technique that allows you to create a pie chart using just CSS, which means you can create simple charts without including massive charting libraries into your page loads. This makes use of just a few lines of CSS, using conic-gradient() CSS function.
The conic-gradient() CSS function is part of the background style attribute and is part of a family of functions like radial-gradient() and linear-gradient(). It is used to create a gradient rotated around a central point and is opposite the radial-gradient() function that draws the gradients radiating away from the centre.