Create beautiful maps with Datawrapper

Build your own map
It’s free & no sign-up is required.

Three map types — for everything you want to show.

Election results or the new museum downtown? Map it all.

Choropleth map
Color regions to show data like unemployment rates or election results on a map. Upload your own map or use any of our more than 2000 maps. The resulting map is responsive & interactive.
Learn more about choropleth maps
Symbol map
Create symbols sized and colored according to your data. Works great for specific locations (like cities). Upload your own map or use any of our more than 2000 maps. The resulting map is responsive & interactive.
Learn more about symbol maps
Locator map
Add markers to a map to show where something is located or happened, e.g. events within a city. Perfect for showing readers the places you mention in an article. The resulting map is responsive and static.
Learn more about locator maps

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

Here’s what will make your life easier.

Unlimited visualizations
Even on our free plan, there’s no limit to the number of charts, maps, and tables you can create.
> 2000 maps with regions
More than 2000 maps with administrative regions already prepared, like U.S. counties or French départements. Learn more.
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.
Automate chart creation
Create, update, and export visualizations without a single click, using our state-of-the-art API.
Works for big audiences
Datawrapper visualizations scale to the largest audiences and support even millions of viewers.
Private by default
No matter which plan you choose, all your visualizations and data are private until you hit the “Publish” button.
PNG, SVG, PDF export
Export every visualization as PNG, SVG, or PDF and continue working in, e.g., Adobe Illustrator.
Print-ready graphics
Even print-ready PDFs with defined CMYK colors are possible.
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You’re in good company.

Leading organizations like Reuters, The Times, and Quartz build maps with Datawrapper.

Foreign Policy

American news publication Foreign Policy explains Oman geopolitics with a Datawrapper locator map, using different markers and added areas.

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The Conversation

Australian not-for-profit news site The Conversation uses multiple choropleth maps to show “America’s graying population.”

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The German public media broadcaster SWR shows the locations of their offices and studios in southwest Germany with Datawrapper symbol maps.

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Need help creating Datawrapper maps?

We’re here for you.

Visit our Academy
Our Academy explains how to create choropleth, symbol, and locator maps step by step, and helps you with preparing data.
Contact Support
If you still have questions after consulting our Academy, do write us! Our customer happiness team will be back in touch as quickly as possible.

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No data? You can use our sample data.
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