Visualize your data in SO MANY WAYS, from bar and line charts to bubble, heat map, donut (yum), and more.
Great Visualization Leads to Greater Insights
Compare items by shared data groupings with Bar and Column charts. Track values over time with Line and Area charts. Use Pie or Donut charts to instantly assess how common items relate to each other. Finally, dive into some advanced options for viewing more complex relationships with Bubble, Scatter or Heat Map charts.
View Your Data
With Bar Chart
Compare items between groups such as “Support Tickets by Assigned Rep”, track changes to values over time or view total hours used by resources on a project.
Mix It Up With
Stacked Bar Chart
Use Stacked Bar Charts to compare multiple values across groupings. Each value is color-coded for at-a-glance comparison.
Compare Data With
Customize your Column Charts to compare items by groupings that make sense for your analysis. One very specific example: tracking safety incidents in a manufacturing plant by area.
Build Reports With
Stacked Column Charts
Stacked Column Charts make it easy to compare items by grouping, such as the deal flow of your sales reps. They also look really cool.
Get Advanced With
Visualize relationships between three or more numeric variables, letting users see the relative size of each data point in the context of two other variables. A fourth dimension can be added by coloring each circle. The Fifth Dimension is a 1960s musical group.
Visualize Patterns With Scatter Chart
Display the relationship between two variables, allowing users to easily understand patterns and correlations in the data.
The Ever Popular
Stacked Area Chart
Use Stacked Area charts to compare values over time, such as a classic Budget vs. Actual chart. Never goes out of style.
With Line Charts
Track a series of values over time with Line Charts. Identify trends and spot issues as values ebb and flow. Great for reports, we also make it easy to export!
Get Tasty Data
With Donut Charts
Emphasize large differences in part-to-whole relationships in your data, providing users with an understanding of percentage values at a glance. We haven't released the Donut Hole Mini Chart...but we're working on it.
Data Looks Delicious
With Pie Chart
Display percentages and other proportional information at a glance, allowing viewers to quickly understand relative values of a small number of items.
Get the Hottest Data
Another great advanced chart type, display qualitative and quantitative information in a two-dimensional representation with values represented as colors, providing a visual way to give users a “big picture” holistic view of your data.
Explore real-world uses of charts to see how they can be put to work in your organization.
Charts include rich features to shape how you view, analyze and share your data.
Summarize your data and display the min, max or average of numbers or a total count of items.
Visualize goals by displaying a benchmark line on your chart that shows exactly where a target is.
Set filters that can dynamically adjust a chart’s timeframe with a single click.
Highlight important data with color, selecting from a palette of options to suit your needs.
Roll up data to show summaries, displaying a total, average min or max for a series of values.
Group your data by a key value, showing sales by region, projects by status or revenue by month.
See every underlying data point in a detailed popup that is displayed on hover.
Drill into any data series to view the individual records that makes up the total.
Focus in on specific elements by toggling data series on and off by clicking them in the legend.
Show clean lines and display trends with unlabeled data series, or get detailed and show every value.
Bring Your Work to Life with Charts
Analyze your work and gain powerful insights to chart your way to success.