Timetric data, analysis and charts are used by leading journalists in business, consumer and trade media around the world
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Use our data and tools for charting and publishing:
Our data and tools are available to the media; charts can be republished in print or online — and for online charts we can provide static or interactive versions. Interactive charts dramatically improve user engagement, and many sites already use them, like The Guardian and the New Statesman.
We offer three ways to get a chart:
• take a chart we have already created,
• edit one of our pre-prepared charts
• or dive into our database (by topic, source or country), find what you need from our 12 million lines of public data, and create the chart yourself.
Use one of our pre-prepared charts:
Timetric produces intelligence across a range of topics - global economics, financial services, and industries. We have data and charts across all of these topics, and if you can't find what you need here then please get in contact.
Below there's a gallery of ready-made charts concerning the UK economy. For each graph you can download either just the image, for use in print; or you can download the html code to embed an interactive graph - like a youtube video - in your story. (By default, interactive graphs will always be kept up to date with the latest data, but you can switch off that option.)
We'll be growing this library of charts - but if what you want isn't here immediately, you can create your own charts from within our library of public data, or contact us.
Edit one of our pre-prepared charts:
Because our charts are interactive, you can change how they look and feel, and even what data they contain. If you follow the link below each chart, there's an editing interface where you can change the colours, styling, titles etc, and even add and remove lines from the charts.
Create a chart from scratch using our data:
Creating your own charts is really easy - the tools are free to use and you can get started right away. Just register for a Timetric account (or sign in if you're already registered) and go to our public data repository.