Area chart maker

Produce professional-looking area charts quickly and easily with the everviz area chart maker Easily create interactive area charts that will impress your audience. Simply select a template, add your data, and customize as you wish. Publish to your website, share via a link, or download as an image.
Whether you have one data series or many, everviz has an area chart type for you. Single series area charts, overlayed areas, stacked areas, percentage areas, inverted areas, step line areas: many variations are available. You can also add labels, legends, tooltips, and many other customizations to help you create that perfect data visualization.

Serving graphs for customers around the world

Make a graph in 6 steps

Quick start your project with a template from our “inspired” section, 100+ are available and added continuously.

Over seventy types of chart

everviz is not just area charts – the platform allows you to choose from a wide range of different chart types. Bar charts, line graphs, scatter plots, bubble charts, pie charts, maps, and many more. The everviz chart builder makes it very easy to compare and choose the right visualization for your data. You can even switch between the different options to preview how your data would look on using chart types.

Make a area chart in 6 steps

Quick start your project with a template from our “inspired” section, 100+ are available and added continuously.

Standard features in everviz

Fully Customizable

Visualize your data with dozens of popular chart, map and table types and publish in minutes.


Engage viewers with interactive visualizations and combine them using our powerful Layout module.


Embed your interactive chart on your site, social media or download it as a static PNG, PDF or SVG


Team accounts provide groups with customized workflows, shared workspaces and galleries.


Every visualization is intelligently reconfigured to each visitors desktop or mobile screen size.


All our graphics have built in support for accessibility helping you reach a broader audience (law compliant?)

Live data import

Keep your data fresh by pulling data directly from a Google Sheet or other external sources.


High-performance online storage, no need to upgrade your site to handle additional traffic.

API access & Webhooks

Utilize the power of our API for barch updating and webhooks to trigger external events.


We offer free and inexpensive plans for individuals/businesses.

Powerful storytelling

Combine visualizations into splitviews, tabs or carousels using out powerful Layout module.


Compare the different support options available here.

Create area charts for free

Sign up now for a free everviz account. No credit card is needed, and you can create up to ten charts at no cost. Optionally upgrade to a paid plan at any time if you want to create more charts.

Area chart using live data

everviz allows you to link your chart to a live data source meaning you can produce an area chart that is automatically updated with your latest figures. Simply create a chart, connect your Google Sheet or JSON file and let everviz take care of the rest.

Deliver your message with data

Attractive, interactive charts can engage your readers, encouraging them to explore your data and understand your message. Make use of everviz features to tell your story. Titles, labels, legends, tooltips, and annotations can all be included to ensure your key message is clearly delivered. everviz offers you full control over how your data is displayed. You can turn features on or off as desired to suit your needs.

We have used everviz since 2015 to support our investment research. It is easy to use, and delivers high quality, finely rendered charts and graphics that help to make our site for investors look slick, professional and polished. It’s well worth the relatively small cost.

Pascal Dowling, Kepler Partners


Frequently asked questions about everviz area chart maker

You can get started and create up to ten graphs for free with all the standard features available. Simply sign up for a free account (no credit card is required) and get creative! If you later want to create more than ten graphs, or if you require access to any premium features then you can easily upgrade your account at any time.
It is very easy to publish your area chart on your website, blog, or article. Once you’ve created your chart, simply select ‘publish’. This will generate a short script that can be copied and pasted directly into your website. With everviz, you can be confident that your area chart will be fully interactive and display correctly across all device sizes. If you prefer, you can also share your chart directly via the links provided or you can download your chart as an image file.
It depends on the situation. Area charts are effectively line charts with the region below the line infilled. Both line charts and area charts are useful for displaying trends rather than individual values, but they do have a few differences. Area charts can be a good choice if you want to communicate a cumulative effect where the infilled area is used to indicate variation in some quantity. For example, an area chart might be appropriate for showing changes in the total revenue over time, whereas a line chart might be more suitable for displaying a net change in profits. Generally, line charts can accommodate more different series because the series in area charts can often obscure one another. However, this issue can be solved by applying transparency to the infilled regions on an area chart so that the data below can be seen (this feature is applied as standard in everviz).
Transparent area charts are great for displaying overlapping data series because they avoid the problem of data being obscured by other series. An everviz area chart applies transparency settings to the data series automatically so it is very easy to produce an attractive, professional-looking chart. You are still free to change the colors and adjust the transparency to suit your needs – just select “Continue in Editor” from the chart maker tool to customize any setting.
The standard area chart plots the values for each data series on the y axis. These charts are great for comparing different data series – for example, you might use one to show how the total population of different countries has compared through history. In a stacked area chart, the data series are summed to show a cumulative total, so they appear ‘stacked’ on top of each other. This type of chart is good for showing part-to-whole relationships. For example, a stacked area chart might be used to show how the varying population of different countries has impacted the total population of a region over time. A percentage area chart is a type of stacked chart where the relative contribution of each group to the total is plotted. Values are normalized so that they always sum to 100% but the graph shows how the proportional contributions vary. This type of chart does not allow you to compare absolute values, but it does show variations in the percentage ratio. For example, a percentage area chart might be used to show how the proportion of different demographics within a population have changed over time.