Our gallery provides a variety of charts which are optimized to address your data visualization needs. These charts are based on pure HTML5/SVG technology (adopting VML for old IE versions) so no plugins are required. Adding these charts to your page can be done in a few simple steps.
The main Gallery page can be found here.
Links below point to demonstrations of each chart. These charts are not necessarily HTML5 compliant. Note that links to third-party visualizations will take you off the Google site.
|Annotated Time Line
An animated time series chart.
|CHAP Links Library
A dynamic treemap in Flash.
A Visualization that acts as a control over other visualizations. It is rendered within the browser using HTML. This visualization offers the ability to select some criteria to filter the DataTable used by the controlled visualizations.
|Generic Image Chart
The Generic Image Chart is a generic wrapper for all charts produced by the Google Chart API. It uses familiar Chart API option notations. It is not limited by the 2K URL data limit of Chart API.
An interactive map of a country, continent, or region map, with colors and values assigned to specific regions. Values are displayed as a color scale, and you can specify optional hovertext for regions.
An interactive map that uses the Google Maps API.
An organizational chart that supports selection.
Motion Chart: A dynamic flash based chart to explore several indicators over time. Required columns: bubble name, time and 2 columns of numeric values. Optional columns: Numeric values or categories.
|TermCloud (on rotating sphere)
A list of terms rotating in a spherical manner, where the size of each word is determined by a specified frequency value (typically the number of times it appears in some text).
Enables visualization of data in Google Earth or other geobrowsers through the use of the Google Visualization API and KML.
Area chart using Google Chart API
Bar chart using Google Chart API
Candelstick chart using Google Chart API
Line chart using Google Chart API
Pie chart using Google Chart API
Single or multiple sparklines that are rendered with images using the Google Chart API
If you are interested in contributing your chart read these guidelines. Google doesn't charge for inclusion in this directory or accept payment for better placement. Since many of of the content in this directory was developed by third-party companies or by Google's users, Google makes no promises or representations about the application's performance, quality, security, or content.