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Factmint Charts


Factmint Charts is used to progressively enhance HTML tables into interactive SVG data visualizations. This plugin provides shortcodes for creating those charts. Current charts available are:

  • Pie Chart = [factmint-pie]
  • Doughnut Chart = [factmint-doughnut]
  • Line Chart = [factmint-line]
  • Stacked Area Chart = [factmint-stacked-area]
  • Candlestick Chart = [factmint-candlestick]
  • Scatter Graph = [factmint-scatter]
  • Bubble Chart = [factmint-bubble]
  • Bar (or column) Chart = [factmint-column-bar]

Full documentation for the charts can be found at

IMPORTANT: you need to register your domain at (log in required) for charts to render.
IMPORTANT: Factmint Charts will add a small “Powered by Factmint” link below each chart.

Example usage:

Country, Population
UK, 70000000
France, 90000000
Germant, 120000000


  • Using a shortcode
  • A rendered Chart


1) Install and activate the plugin
2) Go to (log in required) and register your domain

Factmint Charts are free to use for non-commercial entities and commercial licences are available (see


I can see an HTML table but no Pie/Line/Scatter/etc:
-> You need to register your domain at (a link should be provided in the JS console when you view the post/page)

How do I pass options into the Charts?
-> All of the options available to Factmint Charts (see are available and can be passed in as shortcode arguments (without the \”data-fm-\” prefix). For example: [factmint-line smooth-curve=\”true\”] ….

Contributors & Developers

“Factmint Charts” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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