How to Create Bars and Charts in WordPress with Visualizer

How to Create Bars and Charts in WordPress with Visualizer
Doris Barrett

Thank you so much for this clear tutorial. I’m trying to create a pie chart in wordpress and have successfully activated the visualizer plug-in. But when I copy the info over from either excel or google drive (following your steps) both times the first row of stats is omitted in the pie chart. I’ve tried re-ordering the stats, placing them in different locations, but it’s always the first row that gets omitted! Can you help me! Judith
Veronique Schweitzer

This WordPress graph plugin provides a variety of charts that are optimized to address your WordPress data visualization needs. It is line chart,flow chart, area chart, bar chart, column chart, pie chart, geo chart, gauge chart, candlestick chart and scatter chart. These charts are based on pure HTML5/SVG technology (adopting VML for old IE versions), so no extra plugins are required. Adding these charts to your page can be done in a few simple steps. The premium version can act as a interactive WordPress Table plugin, with sorting capabilities.

How to Create Bars and Charts in WordPress with Visualizer
Latarsha Ashmore

There are many plug-ins to add charts to your content. Members are mainly faced with the fact that plugins are very complicated in use. Instead of using plugins, the user starts to use images in their office applications. This option is possible only if you will never change it. But the picture may not completely replace the interactive chart.

Kit Suarez

Visual aids like bars, charts, and graphs make your presentation more appealing. Previously we showed you how to add PDFs and spreadsheets, videos, mp3 audio files, and tables. However nothing looks more impressive than a colorful chart, an upward trending graph, or comparison bars.

How to Create Beautiful WordPress Charts and Graphs
Chantel Michaud

If you want to display data and information on your WordPress blog using beautiful charts and graphs, look no further than the excellent, WordPress Charts and Graphs Lite plugin. It does a wonderful job of creating beautiful and interactive visuals while giving you total freedom to customize the output to make it suit your exact requirements: you can change colors, customize fonts, hide text, add text — all this even after the chart is published. Displaying charts in your posts and pages is as simple as uploading a spreadsheet and adding the shortcode the plugin automatically generates to your page.

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