Web based tool to extract data from plots, images, and maps
March 9, 2015
Version 3.7 is out!
This version contains a number of minor fixes - especially for Polar Diagrams. Also, now the exported JSON file also contains the actual digitized data instead of just the pixel locations of the points. To read a summary of changes, check out the release notes.
I have also been working on bar charts, grid removal and a Chrome Extension to allow opening any image on any webpage by simply right-clicking on it and selecting "Send to WebPlotDigitizer". Unfortunately, these features were not fully stable at the time of the release, so they have been disabled in this release.
March 3, 2015
Tutorial videos have finally been updated for version 3.6. Check out the tutorial section for details. I have tried to cover the main topics that should help you understand most of the software. If there is something that I should add, then feel free to drop me an email.
January 28, 2015
Great news! WebPlotDigitizer is now listed on the Free Software Foundation directory:
I am happy to see that what started out as a small tool for my personal use is now used by many around the world!