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A Pie Chart (datapie.sty)

This example requires the booklists.csv data.
\documentclass{article}

\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}

\usepackage[x11names]{xcolor}
\usepackage{datapie}

\DTLloaddb{books}{booklist.csv}

\DTLsetpiesegmentcolor{1}{Aquamarine1}
\DTLsetpiesegmentcolor{2}{Azure2}
\DTLsetpiesegmentcolor{3}{Burlywood3}
\DTLsetpiesegmentcolor{4}{CadetBlue2}
\DTLsetpiesegmentcolor{5}{Chartreuse3}
\DTLsetpiesegmentcolor{6}{Salmon1}
\DTLsetpiesegmentcolor{7}{DeepPink1}
\DTLsetpiesegmentcolor{8}{Goldenrod1}
\DTLsetpiesegmentcolor{9}{Honeydew1}
\DTLsetpiesegmentcolor{10}{Plum3}

\begin{document}

\DTLpiechart{variable=\ThePrice,%
 innerratio=0.4,%
 innerlabel={\pounds\ThePrice},%
 rotateinner}% settings
 {books}% data base
 {\ThePrice=price}% assignment list
\qquad % add some horizontal space
% legend:
\begin{tabular}[b]{ll}
\DTLforeach*{books}{\TheTitle=title}%
{%
  \DTLiffirstrow{}{\\}%
  \DTLdocurrentpiesegmentcolor\rule{10pt}{10pt} &
  \TheTitle
}
\end{tabular}



\end{document}

Download datapie-sample.tex or datapie-sample.pdf.

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