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Michael Hinze

You could create the pie chart as an object with various states that are displayed depending on the changing slider variable. Here is a (somewhat unrelated, but the basic concept applies) example that uses an object with custom states for a countdown timer. And here is a slider example that changes the state of an image object based on the slider variable. 

Christie Pollick

Hi, Jordan -- In addition to the suggestions and examples Michael has offered, I wanted to stop in to share a few other general ideas for interactive pie charts that you may want to consider:

Present Data Using Interactive Charts and Graphs #64

Interactive pie-charts - please help!

How can I create a 5 wedge pie chart for Articulate?

Nicholas Soldatenko

It's probably a bit late, but maybe someone else will find this useful. The best solution to adding a custom chart in Storyline that I know of is this widget: https://cluelabs.com/single-chart-elearning-widget.html What's really great is that if you change the values of the variables, you can re-generate the updated chart.