Create responsive tables with Datawrapper

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Let readers explore your data in a beautiful way.

Our shiny new responsive data tables allow for lots of styling options

Style Datawrapper tables to your needs: Highlight the most important rows or tone down columns that add only background information. Change the font style, color, background color, column width, add border lines or images – or select multiple columns and style them all at once.

Interactively search and sort tables: You might create tables to let readers look up the information that is of most interest to them – about the city they live in, the party they voted for, or the income they have. Our tables offer custom column sorting, search and pagination to help your readers achieve that goal. Try searching for “London”, “Paris” or “Tokyo” in the table to the right!

In Datawrapper tables, select several number columns and turn them into tiny line charts called “sparklines”. They’re great for bringing nuance into your table: Instead of just displaying the values of the first date and last date (e.g. 1960 and 2016), sparklines show how a variable developed over time.

You're in good company.

Employees at publications like BuzzFeed News, The Guardian, Vox or the World Economic Forum build tables with Datawrapper. Here are three examples:

 Screenshot of a Datawrapper locator map embedded in a Zürichsee Zeitung article
 Screenshot of a Datawrapper locator map embedded in a Zürichsee Zeitung article

Zürichsee Zeitung

The Swiss local newspaper Zürichsee Zeitung used our tables with images and sparklines to show that more fish is caught in 2018 than in 2017.

Visit the story on zsz.ch
 Screenshot of a Datawrapper choropleth map embedded in a la Nación article
 Screenshot of a Datawrapper choropleth map embedded in a la Nación article

La Nación

The Argentine newspaper La Nación shows that tables don't need to include numbers.

Visit the story on nacion.com
 Screenshot of a Datawrapper symbol map embedded in an New America article
 Screenshot of a Datawrapper symbol map embedded in an New America article

New America

Public policy think tank New America explained how the 2020 presidential candidates stand on selected work/family issues.

Visit the article on newamerica.org

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