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Cédric Scherer
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Quartz Aug 17
What’s next for the popular programming language R?
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Topi Tjukanov 11h
Searching for the "most innovative square kilometer" in different European countries analyzing patents per capita. Some results more surprising than others. Blog post to follow 🤓
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Helen Dale Aug 17
Poor kitty-cat encounters durian for the first time.
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Cédric Scherer 10h
Replying to @TriMyData
I also don't get why the y axis is not aligned for the upper and the lower part. I like the puristic color scheme but probably two slightly different one for teens and parents would have been useful?
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Cédric Scherer 10h
Replying to @R4DScommunity
Great idea! How about short interviews? If it is too ambitious in the beginning to have voice recordings, one could think about interviews via mail/dm/whatsapp!
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Cédric Scherer 12h
Replying to @TriMyData
First of all, I don't get why the "% of teens/parents say that" is duplicated. Even though it is a quite simple figure, I find it overall too busy 🤔
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Cédric Scherer 23h
Replying to @timnicholas @fryford
Seems it sucked to be born around 1970 😕
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Cédric Scherer Aug 17
I always replace it, maybe should start doing that as well! But my perfectionism and my compulsion for cleanliness kicks in 😂
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Cédric Scherer Aug 17
I like those a lot! Do you always keep an image of each step? Or do you have each figure in your uncleaned script? Both? 😏
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Cédric Scherer Aug 17
Just filled out my form for - did you set up a channel yet? Or, more general question, do you share your vizes there?
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Cédric Scherer Aug 17
📢 I've added a preview of plots in the tutorial so people know what's coming after the first rather boring greyish default ggplots and don't leave immediately 😄 Lots of other 📦📦 such as patchwork, ggrepel, ggridges & ggforce and more
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Cédric Scherer Aug 5
Thanks to ' cheatsheet I've learned so much about beautiful plotting in with - back in 2016 I replicated it and added some more details + tweaks. Today this tutorial got another update and has found a new home on my homepage 🎉
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Official Enya VEVO Aug 16
Replying to @JuliaHB1
fuck yes, trolling children online by destroying the environment kicks ass
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Cédric Scherer Aug 16
Replying to @thomasp85
However, the alignment does not fit due to plots with and without legends. Going to file an issue in the next days.
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Cédric Scherer Aug 16
Replying to @thomasp85
Solved it by wrapping each row with a plot_layout() command in curly brackets but all rows together did not work, neither by using plot_layout() nor separating it with /
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Cédric Scherer Aug 16
Yes, gather() was also my first thought but then I would prefer the bind_rows() snippet, it's much shorter and easier to grasp for me.
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Cédric Scherer Aug 16
But this creates not an additional row but an additional column 🤔
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Cédric Scherer Aug 16
Replying to @sharlagelfand @dgkeyes
One could also set Species = "overall" within the summarise call: ... bind_rows(iris %>% summarise(mean = mean(Petal.Width), Species = "overall"))
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Cédric Scherer Aug 16
Replying to @sharlagelfand @dgkeyes
Never used bind_rows() like this 😯 Very useful, thanks for the tipp!
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Emma-Liina Marjakangas Aug 16
Working on , I have come to realize how little training we get in organizing datasets. Here's my list of tips for ecological data to make sure that everyone (including the data owner in a few years) can use it. More tips are welcome! THREAD
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