The Gamma: Share your data visualizations

The easiest way to create & share your open and transparent data visualizations that are linked to the original data source and encourage the reader to explore data further and discover more fun facts on their own!

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Here you can find sample snippets created using The Gamma. This site makes it easy to create & share your own snippets, but also embed them into your own web page - just pick a snippet, copy the displayed HTML code and paste it into your page. If you want to have more control, you can go to The Gamma developer documentation and use oru JavaScript component directly.


  • Cambridge and Oxford science events in 2016

    The snippet extracts data from a Wikipedia page of important events in science in 2016 and shows them. You can see the source code and verify how the data flows from the Wikipedia page to the resulting table.

    Posted: 4 days ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • F# Survey 2017: How you use F#?

    The snippet creates an interactive chart visualizing the answer to "How would you characterize your use of F# today?" from the F# Survey 2017. The snippet uses a new way of getting type provider for live CSV file using URL.

    Posted: 9 days ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Guess the number of Olympic teams

    Guess the number of teams in Olympic games, using a locally uploaded version of the medal data.

    Posted: 11 days ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Unemployment in Italy

    Male and female unemployment in Italy in percentage of labor force since 80's

    Posted: 28 days ago by Gianluca Bigaglia
    @GiBg1aN

  • F# Survey 2017: How you use F#?

    The snippet creates an interactive chart visualizing the answer to "How would you characterize your use of F# today?" from the F# Survey 2017. The snippet uses a new way of getting type provider for live CSV file using URL. (Less obvious version with shuffle added!)

    Posted: 8 days ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • John vs. James in Olympic games

    How many Johns and James' were there over the history of the Olympic games?

    Posted: 11 days ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • You Draw It: United Kingdom CO2 emissions with axis labels

    This example shows how to add axis labels to youdraw.line chart. Some of the other options are not yet supported, but labels work as expected!

    Posted: 28 days ago by Tomas Petricek

  • Compost: Top polluters bar chart

    Simple visualization showing top 8 polluters based on CO2 emissions. This illustrates new experimental charting library compost.

    Posted: 28 days ago by Tomas Petricek

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