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Unleash your creativity and design your charts online or within Adobe® Illustrator®. No coding skills required.

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Discover our chart library

From the simplest bar chart to more complex data visualizations. The Datylon chart maker comes with a growing library of fully customizable charts to unleash your full creativity.

Working with data shouldn’t be at the detriment of design

Datylon gives you full creative control with tons of styling options for charts, including styling based on data and on-brand reusable charts templates.

Design your charts online or with the plug-in for Illustrator

You do not have to choose between freedom of design or additional productivity. With Datylon you easily create impactful data visualizations, again and again. 

Get inspired

We have created a wide variety of charts, reports, data stories, infographics and presentation slides to give you a taste of what Datylon can do for you.

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Read our latest blogs

Designing charts can be a challenge. We want to help and inspire you with expert knowledge and practical advice.

How to make a bubble chart in Illustrator with Datylon

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A deep dive into... bubble charts

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How to make a dot plot in Illustrator with Datylon

A dot plot is a chart type that packs a lot of information in a small space. Recently, we had a...

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How to make a heatmap in Illustrator with Datylon

Lately, we’ve been writing a lot on heatmaps: how they work, how you should use them and what to...

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A deep dive into... dot plots

First things first: let’s start by clearing up some terminology. Chart naming always triggers a lot...

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