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Annotating / Labeling an Image with tikz-imagelabels and adding a custom style

I want to use the TikZ package tikz-imagelabels in conjunction with these types of labels I found used in a pie-chart demo but I have absolutely no idea where to start. Im not so good with TikZ to ...
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Aligning nested donut shaped chart in tikz

I'm trying to do a nested donut-shaped chart in tikz for the percentage of different cell types used in recent studies with MEA systems. The outer layer is divided in two: Non-neuronal and neuronal ...
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pgfplots: How to use fillbetween correctly at 3D-diagram?

I would like to create something like that (with pgfplots): How do I have to set the fill between's correctly? With different layers? The tricky part is: % Fill \noexpand\addplot[\Color] fill ...
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How to insert a simple pie chart in a Beamer presentation?

I'd like to insert a simple pie chart in a Beamer presentation. How could I do that from the following MWE? \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage[frenchb]{babel} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[...
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3D like Pie chart

How can I get this pie chart style: MWE \documentclass[tikz,border=10pt]{standalone} \usepackage{verbatim} \begin{comment} \end{comment} \begin{document} \def\angle{0} \def\radius{3} \def\...
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PGF-PIE issues due to small values

I have to include quite small values into my pie chart. Unfortunately the values are quite difficult to decipher. Is there an easy way to set small values (or all values) outside the pie and connect ...
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Fractions and counters in a \foreach list of pairs

I'm trying to create a macro that will take a list of pairs as an argument in order to draw a pie chart. I'm trying to make it so that portions of the pie are specified as a fraction less than 1. Here'...
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How to make a (fancy) headline above the circle?

The question is in the title. I thank you in advance. Here is the code \documentclass[tikz]{standalone} \begin{document} \def\angle{0} \def\radius{3} \def\cyclelist{{"orange","blue","red","green"}} ...
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Multi-layer Donut Pie

I'm trying to draw a multi-layer donut pie, such as Here's a first try, but I don't know how to draw the inner donut. \documentclass[preview]{standalone} \usepackage{tikz} %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% %Donut ...
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pgf 3d pie chart - revival

I have been using the extremely nice 3D pie chart code posted by Alain Matthes as an answer to this question for quite some time. I've constantly been tweaking it to get some features function more ...
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Creating Donut chart [closed]

I have seen a donut chart, but it does not look like a ring, rather the portions of the ring are disjoint. 2D version 3D version How to create them? Related Questions: 1. How to design a 3D donut ...
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Changing text color for charts using pgf-pie

Is possible to change text color inside pie chart using the pgf-pie package? Is possible change the color of text on a single slice of the pie? \documentclass[tikz]{standalone} \usepackage{pgf-pie} \...
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Create a ring diagram in TeX

To make it short, I am searching for a 2D variant of this plot How to design a 3D donut pie chart with pgf-plot? Especially the label for each segment are important for my application. I don't need ...
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How can I produce a 'ring (or wheel) chart' like that on page 88 of the PGF manual?

I really like the 'ring chart' or 'wheel chart' given as an example on page 88 of the PGF manual. It is like a pie chart, but with a label in the centre. Unfortunately, the manual doesn't give the ...