Create interactive charts online from your spreadsheet data within seconds.
Charte.ca is an online tool for creating charts from user-supplied spreadsheet data. It offers:
- Interactive charts: move the mouse or tap to highlight/navigate;
- Drill-down support: see examples on the website;
- Publish your charts to the cloud or save them locally;
- Very easy to embed: the chart is just a standalone SVG file that can be viewed in any modern browser;
- Fast and convenient: create your chart literally within seconds;
- It's free to use.
Vector File Support
Online editor: use your favourite modern browser
Animations: move the mouse or tap to highlight data items and show callouts
Drill-downs: let your readers navigate to more detailed charts and back
Publish your chart in our cloud or export it to save on your computer
Embed charts in your HTML content with ease: charts are standalone SVG files
Quick: create, paste your data, tweak chart appearance, publish or export
18 different chart types supported: Pie, Bar, Line, Scatter, Bubble, Dual-axis, etc.
Does this service offer an API?
Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?
At this time, the product blog is the only source that provides some guidance and contains samples.
What platforms does this service support?
Browser-based chart editor supports Chrome, Firefox, Safari. The charts produced by charte.ca can be viewed by all modern browsers.
What are some applications this service is commonly used in tandem with?
Blogging engines that support "embed", "object" and "iframe" tags. All kinds of software for HTML editing. If embedding is not possible, content creators can provide a link to the published chart so it can be displayed in a separate tab/window.
What is this service generally used for?
Online chart creation from user-supplied data, chart publishing, chart management.
Does this service integrate with any other apps?
Charte.ca supports clipboard operations and CSV import, which makes data import from Excel or products like Tableau possible.
Does this service offer multi-user capability (e.g. teams)?
Who are the main user groups of this service?
Data journalists, bloggers, anyone who needs to visualize data and share it publicly or with a group of people.