I am totally new to LaTeX and pgfplots,... I copied an example for pie charts from another blog. The problem: I don't want the labels in my pie chart. Could you please help me?

This is what I have already (H_S_3 is the name of my plot):





    %outerlabel={\name\ (\DTLpievariable)},
\DTLdocurrentpiesegmentcolor\rule{10pt}{10pt} &

How can I delete the numbers from my pie chart?

my preamble:


\geometry{a4paper,left=28mm,right=28mm, top=25mm, bottom=25mm} 





%PGF Plots
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  • Note that you're not actually using pgfplots here, which doesn't have features for making pie charts. datapie is a part of the datatool bundle, and is not related to pgfplots. – Torbjørn T. Jun 23 '14 at 17:10

You can set the formatting of the number with the innerlabel key. Note in your example that there is a commented line that says


Change this to


and the numbers will be removed.

A complete example:


    innerlabel={},  % <-- 

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