Create beautiful charts with Datawrapper

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Responsive & easy-to-use chart types for every need.

Select a chart type to see what it can do:

Bar chart
The classic bar chart — unbeaten in simplicity, and more readable than a column chart on mobile screens. Adjust its design to your needs in Datawrapper.
Learn more about our bar charts
Split bars
Great for population pyramids, or for all other cases when you want readers to compare categories across multiple columns.
Learn more about our split bars
Stacked bars
A popular choice to visualize poll results on an “Agree” to “Disagree” scale — and helpful for all situations when you want your readers to compare shares in different categories.
Learn more about our stacked bars
Grouped bars
A helpful variation on the classic bar chart to compare values across two or more categories.
Learn more about our grouped bars
Bullet bars
If you want to show how planned or estimated numbers compare to actual ones, bullet charts are a good choice.
Learn more about our bullet bars
Dot plot
Dot plots are similar to bar charts, but don’t need to start at zero. You can show multiple dots per category, making them a space-saving choice.
Learn more about our dot plots
Range plot
Range plots are great to show the difference between two variables. It’s an efficient alternative to using grouped bar charts.
Learn more about our range plots
Arrow plot
Arrow plots are useful to compare a metric in different categories at two times, like today and three years ago.
Learn more about our arrow plots
Column chart
The classic column chart is easy to read, and useful for more than just categories. Datawrapper column charts can have dates on their x-axes, making them a good choice to show how something develops over time.
Learn more about our column charts
Grouped column chart
A helpful variation on the classic column chart to compare values across two or more categories.
Learn more about our grouped column charts
Stacked column chart
To show which sub-categories your categories are made of, the stacked column chart is a good choice.
Learn more about our stacked column charts
Area chart
Similar to the line chart, the area chart can show developments over time in multiple categories — as well the sum of their values.
Learn more about our area charts
Line chart
Line charts are great to show developments over time. They’re especially helpful when labeled directly, like the country labels in the chart on the right.
Learn more about our line charts
Multiple lines
All the benefits of a line chart, now in a small multiple layout.
Learn more about our multiple line charts
Scatter plot
Scatter plots are useful for showing correlation between two (or more!) variables. Like between ice cream consumption and happiness. Or between Datawrapper usage and beautiful charts.
Learn more about our scatter plots
Pie chart
Unloved by some, pie charts are very intuitive when you want to show shares of a whole — and therefore earn their place in our chart type collection.
Learn more about our pie charts
Donut chart
Donut charts are similar to pie charts, but offer space in the donut hole for extra information.
Learn more about our donut charts
Multiple pies
Sometimes, one pie isn’t enough. Multiple pies are an engaging way to compare multiple categories and their shares with each other.
Learn more about our multiple pie charts
Multiple donuts
What’s better than one donut? Multiple donuts! Like the single donut, multiple donuts offer space for some extra information — which you can use, but don’t have to.
Learn more about our multiple donut charts
Election donut
Parliament charts or election donuts are an intuitive way to show which parties sit in a legislature.
Learn more about our election donuts

More than static charts: responsive, customizable and live-updating.

Here's what will make your life easier.

Unlimited visualizations
Even with the free plan, there's no limit to the number of charts, maps, and tables you can create.
Comes in your design
Send us your style guide and we'll create a custom design theme for your brand, 100% white-labeled. Learn more.
Private by default
No matter which plan you choose, all your visualizations and data are private until you hit the "Publish" button.
On desktop devices, tablets, or smartphones — Datawrapper visualizations are beautiful and readable everywhere.
Collaborate in teams
Make use of shared folders, Slack and Teams integration, and admin permissions to see what your team is creating. Learn more.
Automate chart creation
Create, update, and export visualizations without a single click, using our state-of-the-art API. Learn more.
Works for big audiences
Datawrapper visualizations scale to the largest audiences and support even millions of viewers.
PNG, SVG, PDF export
Export every visualization as PNG, SVG, or PDF and continue working with tools like Adobe Illustrator.
Print export
Export print-ready PDFs with custom layouts, pre-defined CMYK colors, and pre-defined sizes. Learn more.
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You’re in good company.

Leading publications like The New York Times and WIRED build charts with Datawrapper.

Brennan Center for Justice

The nonpartisan law and policy institute Brennan Center for Justice, based at the NYU School of Law, gives the facts about the Muslim ban in this story from June 2019.

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Tech magazine WIRED explains stock moves in big tech with a custom dark theme.

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ZEIT Online

German news site ZEIT Online uses our charts to answer the question of why so many babies are born in Germany these days.

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Need help creating Datawrapper charts?

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Over 100 Academy articles explain how to create each chart type, step by step. Plus: how to upload data, embed charts, what to consider when creating tooltips, and more.
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