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How Chartle Works
There are two easy steps to using Chartle. The first step in using Chartle is obviously creating the chart. First, pick the type of chart. The charts available include but are not limited to pie charts, line graphs, tables, and maps.  Next, pick a title for the chart as well as fix the legend and sizing. There is also the option of making a 3-dimensional chart. Then, add the data.  Do this by clicking the “Data” tap which is located next to the “General” tab.  The second and last step in using Chartle is publishing the chart.  First, click the “Publish, share, or embed” icon. A box will show up asking for the title of the chart, the author’s name, and a brief description of the chart. Another web page will pop up showing the successfully created and published chart. Watch the tutorial for further directions.

Purpose of Chartle

The purpose of is to allow anyone across the globe to create images and interactive charts in a simple way. It can serve as an addition visual aid in a presentation, a blog, a brochure, or any other application. Just a few of the possible creations a user is able to produce through include bar graphs, pie charts, plots and diagrams, tables, timelines, gauges, and maps. takes pride in its efforts to “tear down the complexity of online visualizations” by trying to lessen the gap (between the 1 billion print publications of graphs and charts and the 40 million online) caused by that complexity.   Through, users all across the globe are able to enhance previous creations in a simply and interactive way that will make an immediate impression on all others who see it. 

How Chartle Relates to Other Applications

Unique Ways of using Chartle

Using Chartle in the Classroom

Using Chartle in a Business Setting
Chartle being used in an educational setting
How Chartle is being used worldwide

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