Now let us have a try of this command.

\begin{pspicture}(-5,-5)(8,5) %Pie chart \psChart{1,2,2,3,1,4}{1,5}{4.75} %The legends \psframe[fillcolor=chartFillColor1, fillstyle=solid](5.25,-5)(6.5,-4.5) \uput[r](6.5,-4.75){Pie 1} \psframe[fillcolor=chartFillColor2, fillstyle=solid](5.25,-4)(6.5,-3.5) \uput[r](6.5,-3.75){Pie 2} \psframe[fillcolor=chartFillColor3, fillstyle=solid](5.25,-3)(6.5,-2.5) \uput[r](6.5,-2.75){Pie 3} \psframe[fillcolor=chartFillColor4, fillstyle=solid](5.25,-2)(6.5,-1.5) \uput[r](6.5,-1.75){Pie 4} \psframe[fillcolor=chartFillColor5, fillstyle=solid](5.25,-1)(6.5,-0.5) \uput[r](6.5,-0.75){Pie 5} \psframe[fillcolor=chartFillColor6, fillstyle=solid](5.25,0)(6.5,0.5) \uput[r](6.5,0.25){Pie 6} \end{pspicture}

Fig.1 Pie chart plots in Pstricks |

In the upper example, we see that a pie chart with radius "5" is plotted accroding to data "{1,2,2,3,1,4}", and the 1-st and 5-th pie pieces is outraged. This is exactly what we expected. And with the help of variable "chartFillColornum" we produced the legends.

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