The new Squarespace Chart Block makes it easier for your business or nonprofit to display graphs or stats on your website. Charts and graphs help turn large amounts of information into easy-to-understand visuals for clear communication with your audience. 

Squarespace offers the choice of line, pie, or bar charts to display your data. The charts are fully responsive and have color options to complement your website. Visit the Squarespace help guide for more information on how to setup a chart.

Which type of chart should you use? See below for a quick example of each:

Line Graph

Use a line graph to track changes over short or long stretches of time. Line graphs are great for smaller incremental changes. 

Widgets Sold 2014 v 2015

Pie Chart

Use a pie chart to compare parts of a whole. Think "p" — percentages, polling numbers, or preferences.

Widgets Sold in May

Bar Graph

Use a bar graph to compare things between different groups or to track changes over time.

Widgets Sold 2015 Q1

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