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Stacked column charts are a great way to show how a distribution changed over time. They’re used for survey results, spending breakdowns or the development of revenue and profitability of a company.
If you want to try the improved stacked column chart for yourself, hover over the example chart below and click on “Edit this chart” in the top-right corner to open Datawrapper and this chart in a new browser tab. You need to be on your computer for this. The button won’t appear on your smartphone or tablet.
Today, we are launching a set of improvements that are making stacked column charts as good as possible:
Click here to read a detailed breakdown of the new features in Datawrapper Academy. All of these improvements are immediately available for both existing and newly created stacked column charts. If you have any feedback or improvements, don’t hesitate to reach out to @datawrapper on twitter, or to firstname.lastname@example.org.