I’m excited to announce the Text-to-Chart API, an experimental feature that lets you create charts using natural language. This API enables you to generate a chart just by describing it.
For instance, you can create a green bar chart showing revenue for January to March with this URL:
https://quickchart.io/natural/green bar chart revenue Jan-Mar 50,60,70
https://quickchart.io/natural/Radar chart with categories labeled A-E, data 50,35,40,80,45, scale 0-100
Adding these charts to webpages, emails, or embedding them as iframes is easy. You can customize charts with your own data and specify colors, fonts, axis labels, tick formatting, and more, just by describing what you want in natural language.
Once you’ve created a chart, you can re-use it as a template for faster loading and consistent appearance.
Please note that this feature is still in beta, so there might be some issues to address. We’re working diligently to improve it and appreciate your feedback and suggestions.
I look forward to seeing the creative charts you’ll make with the Text-to-Chart API.