Introduction to tables

There are multiple reasons for selecting a table over a chart to visualize your data. A table makes sense when:

  • You want your audience to look up or compare individual values
  • Precise values are required
  • The data you communicate involves multiple units of measurement

Since our background is visualizations, we can of course combine the best of both worlds.

The following example shows a table with capabilities for sparkline chart, search, pagination and sorting:

Here is a different example showing conditional formatting, custom branding and a mini column chart.

Read how to get started creating your first table.


Allow your audience to interact with your table through:

  • Sorting columns
  • Pagination
  • Searching in the data
  • Tooltips on charts


Tables will automatically adapt to the reader’s screen size. Optionally, choose if you want the table to appear as a card view on mobile devices. 


Custom branding is key functionality in everviz. Easily apply your corporate design such as logo, fonts, colours etc.  into the tables. 

Branding is available on the Business plan.

Data sources

Import the data for your table as a CSV, Google Spreadsheet or simply input data manually through our simple “What You See is What You Get” editor. 


Enrich your tables with small visualizations. We support:

  • Line chart
  • Area chart
  • Bar chart
  • Stacked Bar chart
  • Column chart


The customization capabilities are rich. Here are a few things you can customize:

  • Striping colors aka. Zebra rows
  • Searchable
  • Pagination
  • Sortable
  • Padding
  • Fonts
  • Logo
  • Borders
  • Align text
  • Add conditional formatting to highlight specific values. 

Read how to get started creating your first table.

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