LaTeX can be used to produce a variety of different charts and diagrams, including: flowcharts, gantt charts, pie charts, branching and decision trees, family trees, histograms, bar charts and more. If you're looking for a particular type of chart that isn't featured here, please let us know, or submit your own example to the gallery.
pgf-pie is a LaTeX package for drawing pie charts (and some interesting variants on pie charts) with the PGF/TikZ graphics package.
The examples in this document are from the pgf-pie manual, version 0.2.
The source code for pgf-pie is available at http://code.google.com/p/pgf-pie/.
Copyright 2009 Ivan Griffin
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This popular visualization of the Porter Value Chain is a great example of how LaTeX can be used to produce striking, high quality formatting of simple objects such as tables.
Originally posted as this answer on TeX StackExchange, we've pre-loaded the table into Overleaf to let you easily add your own content. Simply click the table to start editing online.
Once you're done, you can insert the table into a longer LaTeX document, or download as a PDF for use as a standalone piece.
If you're new to LaTeX, checkout the third part of our free online LaTeX course for more hints on creating presentations and drawings in LaTeX.