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April 23rd in Wordpress Plugins by .

Everybody who deals with data on a regular basis knows that their readers love tables and charts. You don’t need to master a bunch of web technologies and programming languages to turn your data into beautiful charts. wpDataTables lets you use data from MySQL, MS SQL, and PostgreeSQL to create your tables and charts.

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December 31st in Plugin Lists, Viral by .

Data science is a fast growing field these days. You don’t have to be a data scientist to appreciate the benefits of displaying interactive charts and infographics on your site. Here are 15 interactive chart plugins that help you offer more value to your readers:

Top Interactive Charts Plugins for WordPress

Premium Charts for Elementor: this plugin supports 7 chart types, including linear and logarithmic charts. Everything happens inside Elementor to make your life easier.

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November 1st in Wordpress Plugins by .

If you run a data-focused website, it makes sense to display interactive charts and attractive graphs on your website. The WordPress Charts and Graphs Plugin is just the plugin for the job. It uses Google’s API to add interactive charts to your website. The free version comes with 9 chart types but the pro version supports even more visuals.

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October 22nd in Free Plug-ins by .

If you are a technology blogger, chances are you talk about iPhone and iPad applications (or related topics) on your website. Maybe you own an iPhone application review site. Whichever the case, it’s always nice to have a way to display those chart topping apps on your site. Those of you familiar with coding can get the job done pretty easily. App Store TopCharts is a fun WordPress plugin that does the job for the rest of us.

Using this plugin is pretty straight forward. Just install it on your blog and add the appropriate widget to your side-bar. Once there, choose the store and the type of apps you want to display on your website.

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