Chartable. A Blog by Datawrapper. by Datawrapper
Chartable is a blog written by people who work at Datawrapper, a charting tool for journalists.
Together with our readers, we explore how to create better charts and maps: What to consider when creating pie charts, how to read log scales, which colors to assign to gender data, and much more.
We also organize a digital book club on the blog: the @datavisclub. People all over the world meet in our digital notepads to discuss and then apply the wisdom of Cairo, Tufte or Munzner on their own charts.
CreditsDavid Kokkelink, co-CEO // Mirko Lorenz, co-CEO // Gregor Aisch, CTO // Ivan Lokhov, frontend developer // Anna Thieme, basemap creator // Lisa Charlotte Rost, blog // Hendrick Bartush, backend developer // Elana Levin Schtulberg, support // Hans Hack, frontend developer