Product Hunt Daily Digest
April 17th, 2018

Google Docs for Data 📊
Mode Studio 📊
The best Spotify playlists, generated automatically based on your listening history. 2-day Amazon Prime shipping for every product ever. Autonomous drones that follow your every move.

All of the most impressive products are powered by data. Spotify has 100+ data analysts dedicated to finding your next favorite tune.

Unfortunately, collaborating on data sets is difficult. Every analysis requires multiple languages, and nothing ties them together.

Yesterday, Mode Analytics launched Mode Studio, a complete data toolkit with R, Python, SQL, and built-in charts all in the same place for free, forever. It's like Google Docs, but for working with data.

Mode is adored by teams at Lyft, Intercom, and 500+ more.



Their core platform is now free for everyone:

📊 Interactive, custom data visualizations for all of your reports
🔗 Quick links to share visualizations, charts, or analyses
💌 Programmable updates: don't waste time updating dashboards
☁️ Connects to every database: AWS, Heroku, and 10+ more

Stop rewriting code. Now you can use Mode 🤗

Today’s Daily Digest was crafted by Product Hunt and sponsored by our friends at Mode. Psst! They're hiring. 😊
HIGHLIGHT

A NEW AirPods competitor has raised over $390k. Watch out Tim. 👀

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