Examples of Datawrapper tables
Here we have curated some examples of tables created with Datawrapper to show the possibilities that our tool offers. If you want to create an table yourself, visit the article "How to create a table".
If you want to find out how a certain table was created, hover over the chart and click on "Edit this chart" in the top right corner. This will create a copy of the table and lead you right into the step 3: Visualize of the table creation process. There you can play around with the settings or go back to step 2: Check & Describe, to find out how the data for this table was structured.
☝️ This table was created by n-tv and does not belong to Datawrapper, which is why there is no "Edit this chart" button.
Instead, you can read more about it on our blog "How we at n-tv used HTML to add custom color keys to Datawrapper charts & tables" written by Christoph Wolf, editor for the website of n-tv.
👇 Here are some corona dashboards. Read more about them here in "17 (or so) responsible live visualizations about the coronavirus, for you to use":
👇 It doesn't have to look like a table. You can also use it to insert and format images and texts in a nice orderly format. Read more about how to insert images in tables using Markdown.
👇 You can create heat maps with AND without values. Read more about how to create heat maps in Datawrapper tables.
👇 You can also insert flag icons for different countries. Read how to insert flag icons here.