Plotly allows online reporters to make D3.js graphs without coding, for free, and the graphs are optimized for mobile and fluid/responsive layouts.
Everyone knows that D3.js is the gold-standard for interactive graphics on the web. Plotly allows news outlets to rapidly create D3.js graphs without needing programmers, like this one in the Washington Post.
PLOTLY GRAPHS AT THE WASHINGTON POST
Want to run Plotly on your own servers? Plotly helps digital news outlets deploy Plotly Enterprise servers with their own branding and user experience.
Plotly graphs are drawn in D3.js and are fully interactive - zoom, hover text, pan, and line toggling all come for free.
Curious how publication-quality, interactive graphs look in Plotly? Explore Plotly's collection of Pew Research graphs for inspiration.
PLOTLY PEW RESEARCH GRAPH COLLECTION
LEARN TO USE PLOTLY MAPS