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AnyChart Blog Named in 50 Best Data Visualization Blogs to Follow in 2019

April 10th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Feedspot named AnyChart Blog among the 50 best data visualization blogs to follow in 2019Yay, AnyChart Blog with our flagship regular feature DataViz Weekly has made it to the Top 50 Data Visualization Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2019! Curated by Feedspot, this newly updated list ranks our blog as high as second — right next to Nathan Yau’s brilliant blog FlowingData deservedly occupying the first place among the best data visualization blogs.

Recognition in Best Data Visualization Blogs

Recognition of AnyChart JS Charts Blog in Best Data Visualization Blogs

Evaluation criteria used by Feedspot to develop this list include reputation and search rankings on Google, popularity and influence on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media websites, quality and consistency of blog posts, as well as Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review.

It’s a great honor for us to have made it to the best data visualization blogs. We appreciate the recognition from the Feedspot team. And we would like to especially thank all our customers as well as every other blog reader, regular and occasional, and followers on TwitterFacebook, LinkedIn, Medium, and Pinterest for making this happen!

You are more than welcome to check out the full Top 50 Data Visualization Blogs and Websites To Follow list on Feedspot’s blog to make sure you have not missed out on some other good one.

Stay Tuned for Top Data Visualization Blog

Guys, keep following our blog (RSS is here if you want) — now it’s award-winning!

In particular (but not limited to):

  1. Stay tuned for our already famous DataViz Weekly feature showcasing new cool data visualization and infographic projects from around the web, Friday by Friday.
  2. Watch us solving various advanced data visualization tasks from our customers within the framework of the Challenge AnyChart! feature.
  3. And of course, don’t miss out on important news about our JavaScript (HTML5) based data visualization solutions — updates, new plugins and integrations, and more.

Everyone, again, thank you so much for your trust and support!

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