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The Russian Site is Now Live!

I’ve just completed the Russian translation of the website: Каталог Визуализации Данных, which is the third language I’ve added (Chinese and Spanish being the other two).

Written in the Cyrillic alphabet, the Russian language is the most widely spoken of the Slavic languages – roughly 170 million native speakers worldwide according to Babbel. Russian is not only the official (or co-official) language in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, but it is also widely spoken in many of the former eastern block nations in Europe and in central Asia.

Below is the competence of Russian in former USSR countries in 2004:

Каталог Визуализации Данных

Original Chart

So please share this news with those in the Russian-speaking dataviz community or anyone who works often with data and get the word out.

Каталог Визуализации Данных

I would like to give a special thanks to Anastasiya Kuznetsova and Anna Shirokanova from the Higher School of Economics in St.Petersberg, Department of Sociology. These two ladies volunteered to proofread and help improve the translated text, as they are both dataviz-savvy and native speakers of Russian. Much appreciated.

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