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ThePlankton5165's Personal Chart is a personal music chart started by ThePlankton5165. Pre-chart work started on October 12, 2013. The first installment is the week ending January 5, 2013.

The first number-one single of 2013 is "Try" - P!nk. As of the week ending November 28, 2015 there are a total of 43 number-one singles. The current number-one is "Focus" - Ariana Grande.

FormatEdit

  • For the week ending February 1, 2014, the format has changed with the Drop/Grad. Any singles with at least 21 weeks are ineligible to chart under the top 75 unless the single is still peaking under the top 75 or if it's no more than five positions lower than its peak. Also, it cannot fall any more than two positions. Additionally, singles can no longer be displayed under the top 150 for consecutive weeks, meaning singles that are removed from the chart must return the next week in order to show up.

In the early Spring, the chart became to date.

For the week ending August 9, 2014, a scoring method was added. Started from July 5, 2014, and from August 9 onward, the scores would determine the top 75 while other positions and dropouts would be hand-picked. (Although few under 75 was decided by score) (Nicole did the same to her own top 50 of 100 for the week ending December 17, 2011, however, the sample score is also decreased by 10 points, with the winner's being decreased by 40 points, since the 30 points is a bonus. On other weeks, all sample scores will be the same.)

For the week ending August 30, 2014, instead of the whole scoring system determining all positions for all singles, the cap will decrease to 50 as it was 75, after failing to resolve the intensity of the top 75 in the scoring system.

For the week ending February 21, 2015, the recurrent cap was extended from 20 weeks to 27 weeks, due to the scarcity of non-recurrent drop-outs. This caused eight singles to re-enter the chart. The highest one being No Flex Zone. All other singles returned for their 21st week, No Flex Zone returned for its 27th.

Starting the week ending October 10, 2015, if the top 50 expects more than 50 singles, the singles' scores underneath the top 50 scores will be set to 49 in hundreds. Likewise, the singles that were originally supposed to score 49 in hundreds will instead score 48 in hundreds. If the top 50 expects less than 50 singles, the scores underneath 5000 that are in the top 50 will be set to 50 in hundreds, with the original scores of 50 in hundreds instead scoring 51 in hundreds.

AchievementsEdit

Most weeks at #1Edit

  1. 11 weeks ~ "Style" - Taylor Swift (2015)
  2. 10 weeks ~ "Applause" - Lady Gaga (2013)
  3. 10 weeks ~ "Love Me Harder" - Ariana Grande featuring The Weeknd (2014-2015)
  4. 8 weeks ~ "I Don't F*** With You" - Big Sean featuring E-40 (2014-2015)
  5. 7 weeks ~ "Love Me" - Lil Wayne featuring Drake and Future (2013)
  6. 7 weeks ~ "Power Trip" - J. Cole featuring Miguel (2013)
  7. 7 weeks ~ "Shut Up + Dance" - Walk The Moon (2015)
  8. 6 weeks ~ "Clarity" - Zedd featuring Foxes (2013)
  9. 6 weeks ~ "Fancy" - Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX (2014)
  10. 5 weeks ~ "Stay The Night" - Zedd featuring Hayley Williams (2013)

Most weeks in the top tenEdit

  1. 37 weeks ~ "Style" - Taylor Swift (2015)*
  2. 29 weeks ~ "I Don't F*** With You - Big Sean featuring E-40 (2014-2015)
  3. 28 weeks ~ "Power Trip" - J. Cole featuring Miguel (2013)
  4. 25 weeks ~ "I Could Be The One" - Avicii vs. Nicky Romero (2013)
  5. 25 weeks ~ "Pour It Up" - Rihanna (2013-2014)
  6. 25 weeks ~ "Shut Up + Dance" - Walk The Moon (2015)
  7. 24 weeks ~ "Clarity" - Zedd featuring Foxes (2013)
  8. 22 weeks ~ "F***in' Problems" - A$AP Rocky featuring Drake, 2 Chainz, and Kendrick Lamar (2013)
  9. 21 weeks ~ "Love Me Harder" - Ariana Grande featuring The Weeknd (2014-2015)
  10. 20 weeks ~ "Try" - P!nk (2013)
  11. 20 weeks ~ "Survival" - Eminem (2013-2014)
  12. 20 weeks ~ "Thinking Out Loud" - Ed Sheeran (2015)
  13. 20 weeks ~ "Time Of Our Lives" - Pitbull featuring Ne-Yo (2015)
  14. 20 weeks ~ "Love Me Like You Do" - Ellie Goulding (2015)
  15. 19 weeks ~ "All Gold Everything" - Trinidad James (2013)
  16. 19 weeks ~ "Fancy" - Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX (2014)
  17. 19 weeks ~ "Boom Clap" - Charli XCX (2014)
  18. 19 weeks ~ "Sweet Escape" - Alesso featuring Sirena (2015)*
  19. 18 weeks ~ "Run Run" - Sharon Doorson (2013-2014)
  20. 18 weeks ~ "Jealous" - Nick Jonas (2014-2015)
  21. 17 weeks ~ "Love Me" - Lil Wayne featuring Drake and Future (2013)
  22. 17 weeks ~ "Chandelier" - Sia (2014)
  23. 17 weeks ~ "Lean On" - Major Lazer featuring DJ Snake and MO*
  24. 16 weeks ~ "Love Somebody" - Maroon 5 (2013)
  25. 16 weeks ~ "Problem" - Ariana Grande featuring Iggy Azalea and Big Sean (2014)
  26. 16 weeks ~ "I Will Never Let You Down" - Rita Ora (2014)
  27. 16 weeks ~ "Talking Body" - Tove Lo (2015)

* - Still in top 10 as of November 28, 2015

Biggest upward movementsEdit

Biggest downward movementsEdit

Artists with most weeks at #1Edit

  1. 12 weeks ~ Zedd
  2. 11 weeks ~ Drake
  3. 11 weeks ~ Lady Gaga
  4. 9 weeks ~ Lil Wayne
  5. 8 weeks ~ Miguel
  6. 7 weeks ~ Future
  7. 7 weeks ~ J. Cole
  8. 6 weeks ~ Foxes
  9. 5 weeks ~ Hayley Williams
  10. 4 weeks ~ Eminem
  11. 4 weeks ~ Rihanna
  12. 4 weeks ~ Cash Cash
  13. 4 weeks ~ Bebe Rexha
  14. 4 weeks ~ Lorde
  15. 4 weeks ~ Chris Brown
  16. 3 weeks ~ Swedish House Mafia
  17. 3 weeks ~ John Martin
  18. 3 weeks ~ A$AP Rocky
  19. 3 weeks ~ 2 Chainz
  20. 3 weeks ~ Kendrick Lamar
  21. 2 weeks ~ P!nk
  22. 2 weeks ~ Katy Perry
  23. 2 weeks ~ Ke$ha
  24. 2 weeks ~ Tyga
  25. 2 weeks ~ Juicy J
  26. 2 weeks ~ Wiz Khalifa
  27. 2 weeks ~ Iggy Azalea
  28. 2 weeks ~ Charli XCX
  29. 1 week ~ Avicii
  30. 1 week ~ Nicky Romero
  31. 1 week ~ Mariah Carey
  32. 1 week ~ Britney Spears
  33. 1 week ~ Chloe Howl
  34. 1 week ~ Matthew Koma
  35. 1 week ~ Miriam Bryant
  36. 1 week ~ YG

Other achievementsEdit

  • Run Run - Sharon Doorson stayed at its peak position, number 4, for twelve non-consecutive weeks in late 2013 and early 2014.

TriviaEdit

  • The week ending October 10, 2015, exactly 500 titles charted in the calendar year of 2015.

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