Automagically create and send emails, reports, PDFs and more with on-brand charts as images using our API and integrations with Zapier and Make.
Create #nocode automated workflows to build charts with data from your top tools.
Then send them as images in emails, docs, reports, PDF’s...anywhere!
Add automatic chart generation capability to your app or workflow with our custom API.
Skip the hours of trying to find a way to embed charts across apps and browsers and the complexity of a server-side solution.
Our guides will walk you through step-by-step so you can set it and forget it.
Image Charts works smoothly in the background, exactly as you’d expect.
Start charting your way to success!
Your data never leaves your house. We offer an on-premise virtual machine that keeps your data under your supervision and control.
Our On-Premise subscription start at 350€/month (billed annually).
In 2015, I was developing an alert feature for Redsmin and I needed to find a way to generate good looking charts automatically. Because I didn’t want to implement this by myself I started looking around for existing solutions; the only tool available at the time was Google Image Charts.
It was free but had been in a deprecation process since April 2012. This meant the tool could be completely shut down at any moment without prior notice.
The only potential alternative had an API that wasn’t compatible with Google Image Charts.
Had I gone forward with this solution I would have had to rebuild my engine which would have been a huge time investment. I decided it was best to build my own tool, and that’s how I began reverse engineering Google Image Charts.
Since then I’ve been continuing to add new features and improve Image-Charts to be the easiest way to create and embed API-created charts anywhere.
I hope it delights you just as much as it does me!
Are you ready to unlock the full potential of your data visualization by seamlessly linking Image-Charts to Zapier ? First, let’s quickly explain what Zapier and Image Charts are.
Bar charts are essential for everyday use because they provide an effective way of visualizing and comparing data. They help in identifying patterns, trends, and anomalies in data, and are useful for making data-driven decisions.
A line chart allows the visual representation of data in the form of points connected to form a line. Whether it’s straight or curved will depend on the data being used to create a line chart. Line graphs are the simplest tools used to represent quantitative data variables.
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