As of 2019, we have identified or synthesized 118 distinct elements with Z protons, but about 2900 distinct nuclides with N neutrons (where atom is to element as nucleus is to nuclide).
The start of my version of the table of nuclides is below, where number of protons Z increases toward 2 o’clock, number of neutrons N increases toward 11 o’clock, and atomic mass A = Z + N increases toward 12 o’clock on average (because more neutrons than protons are needed to bind large nuclei). Rainbow colors code lifetimes t from short (violet) to long (red). For example, the heavy hydrogens are very short lived. The whole chart is a very tall 880 KB PDF table of nuclides. Enjoy!