Understand the Data You Are Storing with MySQL and Chartio


MySQL is one of the most popular open-source databases, used by some of the top companies across the globe. Combine the power of MySQL with Chartio’s intuitive interface to easily discover and share rapid insights for modern business analytics.

Everyone can confidently build custom dashboards and reports by leveraging the flexibility of fully customizable queries with our powerful SQL Mode or try our Interactive Mode, where no SQL knowledge is required. Leverage interactive dashboards that can be shared across your organization for more informed business decisions and seamless collaboration across the company.

Chartio is the perfect complement to MySQL by helping your team understand the data that you are storing without having to rely on an engineer or analyst.

Setting up MySQL with Chartio takes a few simple clicks, follow our instructions here or reach out to us for help.

Explore Your MySQL Data Today

Why MySQL Users Love Chartio

  • Build Your Dream Dashboards

    Gather, organize and visualize all your business data in one place.

  • Effortlessly Create Multi-dimensional Reports

    Grab data from any data source and turn it into a single report or metric – no SQL knowledge needed.

  • Visualize Overall Impact

    Blend together data from your CSVs and the rest of your business to uncover trends and drive growth.

Explore Your MySQL Data Today

Powerful Analytics

Blend data from different systems and perform powerful calculations like cohort analysis, forecasting and channel attribution.


Don't use what everyone else is using. Build custom reports and dashboards that matter to you.

Built for Everyone

Intuitively query, analyze and track your key metrics in real-time to quickly identify trends, patterns and outliers.


Effortlessly share analysis and dashboards with the rest of your team for faster insights.

We can easily create, edit, and refine any analysis with minimal effort in Chartio. This has saved us hours each week so we can focus more time on figuring out how to improve our product and less time reporting on it.

Takumi Sakamoto, Engineer, SmartNews