Google Charts Reviews

View Google Charts's free data analytics tools for your business. Includes info on Google Charts, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on June 4th, 2019

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Google Charts offers free data analytics tools that create graphical charts from user-supplied information. Google Charts is widely used with JavaScript embedded on the web page.

Google Charts Pricing:

Google Charts is a free product.

Google Charts Reviews
Google Charts Review:

Pros: Enables users to build complex hierarchical maps or create simple line charts with ease.

Cons: Does not accept different programs' languages or perform high statistical calculations.

Bottomline: Well-maintained product with solid support.

Google Charts Key Information:

Co-founders

Larry Page, Sergey Brin

Founded

1998

Headquarters

Mountain View, California

CEO

Sundar Pichai

Number of Employees

Over 85,000

Phone

1 (855) 486-4299

Address

1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043

Website

developers.google.com/chart

Google Charts News & Activity:

At this time there is no news or activity for Google Charts to report.

Google Charts FAQs:

Is there a Google Charts free trial?

Google Charts is a free product.

Where can I find the Google Charts login?

Visit developers.google.com/chart and log in at the top right of the page.

What are some Google Charts alternatives?

Google Charts Reviews:

Source

Review

bpicolo - news.ycombinator.com

I find that Google Charts is great when I need simple charts. High quality, very good browser support, good docs, and well-maintained.

dudus - news.ycombinator.com

Google Charts got a big update a couple weeks ago, the previous version are being deprecated and all charts are now rendered using HTML5 techniques, most of the time SVG. The protocol also got a big update and fixed a lot of bugs that made my life somewhat miserable weeks ago. Now it also supports mixed charts (bars and lines), so I don't need flot anymore. My advice is that if you're planning to draw only a couple of charts and flotr2 does the work, go with it. It's easier to work with and lighter. If you're building something that depends on charts a lot go with Google Charts. The protocol will come handy, and it has some helpers to connect to backend data sources. It has Google Spreadsheets built in.