Data Story Pricing, Features, Reviews & Comparison of Alternatives

Data Story

Presentation software with data visualization & slide design

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Data Story overview

Data Story is a cloud-based presentation solution which allows users to create interactive charts and data visualizations. The software also includes slide design tools, a library of free videos and images, real-time collaboration, various interactive chart options, and more. Users can select charts from the built-in library or utilize the DS Casting extension to import charts created in Microsoft Excel. Data can be pasted into DS Studio from any source, and videos from YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, and Facebook can be embedded within presentations. Presentations can be exported as PDFs, viewed offline, or shared with audiences through direct links.
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Pricing

Starting from
€29/month
Pricing options
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Devices

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Markets

United States, Europe

Supported languages

English, French
Data Story screenshot: Drilldown option on a bar chart with key colorVideo-ds-studio-datastory_ENData Story screenshot: Interactive chart legendsData Story screenshot: Presentations can be created from a range of templatesData Story screenshot: Presentations can be viewed across a range of devicesData Story screenshot: Thousands of royalty-free images to enhance presentationsData Story screenshot: Images can be edited in the photo editorData Story screenshot: The Excel extension allows users to create and export charts online

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Data Story pricing

Starting from
€29/month
Pricing options
Free trial
Subscription
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Subscriptions based on the number of presentations required.
Discounts are available for annual subscriptions.

Data Story features

Collaboration Tools
Collaborative Workspace
SSL Security

API (200 other apps)
Access Control (150 other apps)
Activity Dashboard (105 other apps)
Activity Tracking (98 other apps)
Automatic Notifications (132 other apps)
Chat (122 other apps)
Commenting (142 other apps)
Communication Management (92 other apps)
Customizable Branding (105 other apps)
Document Management (91 other apps)
Document Storage (135 other apps)
Drag & Drop Interface (123 other apps)
File Management (100 other apps)
Permission Management (139 other apps)
Projections (111 other apps)
Search Functionality (179 other apps)
Third Party Integration (129 other apps)

Security and privacy

Encryption

Encryption of sensitive data at rest
HTTPS for all pages

Access control

Multi-factor authentication options

Data policy

Data backup in multiple locations/GEO regions
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Additional information for Data Story

Key features of Data Story

  • Animation
  • Templates
  • Search
  • Data visualization
  • Built-in graphs
  • Interactive charts
  • Photo editor
  • Image & video library
  • Chart timelines
  • Offline presentation viewing
  • Presentation export
  • Data import from multiple sources
  • Video embedding
  • Real-time collaboration
  • Zoom & drilldown
  • Projections
  • Search Functionality
  • File Management
  • Commenting
  • Chat
  • Automatic Notifications
  • Document Storage
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Benefits

Data Story includes a searchable free image and video library, and videos from Youtube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, or Facebook can also be embedded within presentations.

Data can be copied and pasted into DS Studio from any source, and users can also add interactive charts from a range of business intelligence (BI) tools.

A range of interactive graphs are included in the DS Studio library, and users can also generate interactive charts in Microsoft Excel using the DS Casting extension, and import these charts directly into DS Studio.

Presentations can be viewed offline, exported as PDFs, or shared with the audience via direct links.

DS Studio offers a motion feature, which allows users to add timelines to charts and move between quarters using a slider, a drilldown option, and zoom, which allows the presenter to highlight specific details within the graphic when presenting to an audience.