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September 12, 2011

Create Interesting Graphs, Charts And Embeddable Images Online

Filed under: Online Tools — Tags: , — Neha @ 12:44 pm

If charts and graphs are your lifelines on a normal working day and help you earn all the applauses, then you must explore the tool we have in store for you. Best of all, it comes from the God of internet world. You guessed it right; this is a Google tool for all the exasperated souls who do not have Microsoft Suite at their quick disposal on a business travel.

Google Image Chart Editor is a new online tool. It aims at bringing an extremely user-friendly way of building all the complex graphs and charts on the fly without any hardcore technical expertise. Best of all, it manages to give your work a professional touch. As per the tool creators, “The Google Chart API lets you dynamically generate charts with a URL string. You can embed these charts on your web page, or download the image for local or offline use.”

A Chart Wizard is made available to the user to create a basic chart. Users can always use the gallery to pick and chose the existing charts and add their magical personal touch to make them customized. You can draw line charts, pie charts, bar graphs, and radar plots, scatter plots and even QR Codes and hierarchical tree maps. QR code can be easily scanned by your smartphone.

Google allows the users to share their charts in a host of ways giving them the much desired flexibility. The options include sharing via URL, using the one line HTML code or making it a widget using the API Of Google Chart. You can even download the chart generated by tool in PNG format. If you have used Google docs, you will have no second thoughts on how easy and useful it is.

All your incomprehensible data and statistics can become a visual treat for the audience with this utility. Here go my two cents, a very handy tool to get instant, customized and embeddable charts and graphs in a very user-friendly way.


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