Create beautiful charts with Datawrapper
We prepared some charts for you to play around with.
No need to sign up – just start charting.
Line charts are great to show developments over time. They're especially helpful when labeled directly, like the country labels on the chart to the right.
Of course you can create normal bar & column charts with Datawrapper, but we want to show off a bit. Our stacked bar charts are interactive – try to hover over either the bars or the color key. Neat, hm?
Unloved by some, we still think that donut & pie charts are unbeatable when you want to show shares of a whole. With Datawrapper, create simple donuts & pies – or small multiples; showing little pies next to each other like in the example to the right.
→ When to use pie charts
→ How to create pie & donut charts
Scatterplots are great to show the correlation between two (or more!) variables. Like between ice cream consumption and happiness. Or between Datawrapper usage and beautiful charts. Hans Rosling from Gapminder became famous with this kind of chart (watch this 2007 TED talk to get convinced!), showing long-term global developments.
Here's where it gets fancy. Range plots are great to show the difference between two variables. It's a space-efficient alternative to showing grouped bar charts.
You're in good company.
Employees at publications like BuzzFeed News, The Guardian, Vox or the World Economic Forum build charts with Datawrapper. Here are three examples:
Brennan Center for Justice
The nonpartisan law and policy institute Brennan Center for Justice, based at NYU School of Law, tells the facts about the muslim ban in this story from June 2019.Visit the story on brennancenter.org
Tech magazine WIRED explains stock moves in big tech with a custom dark theme.Visit the story on wired.com
German news site ZEIT Online answers the questions why so many babies are born in Germany these days with our charts.Visit the story on zeit.de
Need help creating Datawrapper charts?
We're here for you.
Over 100 Academy articles explain how to create each chart type, step by step.
We explain to you how to use each chart type in dedicated Academy articles – plus how to upload data, embed charts, what to consider when creating tooltips and much more. And you can access all this knowledge directly while you're building a graphic.Visit our Academy
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Find inspiration & chart design tricks on our award-winning blog.
We talk about a chart and choices made while designing it in our "Weekly Chart" (which comes as a newsletter too). Our blog is also where we introduce new features and our new team mates.
"Everyone doing dataviz should be reading this blog." – Kim Rees, Capital One
I’m totally in love with Datawrapper.–Roberto Rocha, CBC Montreal
The best option for quick, simple webcharts.
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