One Charts Bar Chart Maker
Create a new Bar Chart by plugging your data, customize it and finally export it in various formats as per your needs.
Smart Data Parser
Tips & Examples
Make sure that data or prompts you are providing can be plotted as the chart you are looking for. Few examples:
1. You can provide the prompts as unstructured data:
1.b. Following prompt can be parsed and plotted as line or bar chart.
The cost of pen is ten rupees, pencil is 100% more than that.
1.c. Following prompt can be also parsed and plotted as line or bar chart.
On sunday, lions are twenty, hares are 40. But on monday, lions are twenty two, hares are 36.
Alert! Lion Population Increases, Rabbit Population Decreases over the last few months! The number of lions in the jungle has increased significantly in recent months, while the number of rabbits has decreased. In January, there were 26 lions and 40 rabbits in the jungle. In February, the number of lions increased to 100, while the number of rabbits decreased to 30. In March, the number of lions increased to 200, while the number of rabbits remained at 40. Inorder to visualize, just plugin in the text into the prompt and select the chart type as Bar Chart as shown below
2. You can also provide the structured data, for example, from your excel, csv files, or google sheets:
Verify if the data is correctly parsed. If not, please make necessary corrections and click on plot data.
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