Column description

Dataset Billboard charts - Albums

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Dataset

Data row number Description
1 Industry standard, includes albums from any genre.Includes both new and catalog albums.Includes data from on-demand streaming services
2 A pure album sales chart.
3 The same chart as Top Album Sales, with catalog titles removed
4 An album becomes a catalog title when it is more than 18 monthsold and has fallen below position 100 on the Billboard 200.
5 Ranks physical albums ordered through Internet merchants.
6 Ranked albums based on 'an influential panel of indie stores andsmall regional chains.'
7 None
8 Ranks albums from new artists/bands that have never attained thetop 100 of the Billboard 200.If an album reaches the top 100, it and any of the artist's/band'ssubsequent albums are ineligible for the chart.
9 None
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17 Ranks top 50 albums released through independent record labels.
18 None
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25 Ranks top R&B albums by sales as compiled by Nielsen Music.Albums must be less than 18 months old, or if older than18 months then they must reside on the Billboard 200's top 100.
26 None
27 None
28 None
29 Ranks the best-selling Latin albums weekly. An album must have atleast 51% of its content recorded in Spanish to rank on this chart.
30 None
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43 Debuted on February 28, 1987 with 25 positions.
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46 Measuring sales of cast recordings
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48 None
49 see Best-selling Christmas/holiday albums in the United States
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55 Debuted on May 19, 1990.Ranks biggest-selling world music albums, including catalog titles.
56 None