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Ryan Hafen
statistician, data scientist, independent consultant, adjunct asst. prof. stats -
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Statistik in Dresden Jun 27
Wishing the great trelliscopejs R package by more wide-spread use! Expanding on and the also great plotly package by
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Ryan Hafen May 28
Replying to @paulapivat
There are a few things you could do: 1) Change the aspect ratio of the plot (stretch vertically as suitable) 2) Shrink the facet labels 3) Remove the facet labels and label within the plot Some example code here:
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Ryan Hafen May 28
geofacet 0.2 is now on CRAN. There are now 141 grids. Thanks to everyone who has submitted grids and to for getting them into shape for release.
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R posts you might have missed! May 27
✍️ "geofacet" 👤 Ryan Hafen ➡️ use {geofacet} to flexibly visualize data for different geographical regions
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Noam Ross May 27
OK tweeps, is there a better geofaceting of New York State's economic development regions? Re-arrange them yourself here with ' grid designer:
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Ryan Hafen May 13
I'll be speaking at the COVID-19 Data Forum sponsored by / tomorrow at 12pm Pacific about work I've been doing with public health / nonprofit orgs related to public data sources and visualization. Open to the public. Come watch!
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Ryan Hafen May 4
Yes sorry if it's not clear - you can use any valid grid data frame without submitting it. But submitting is a nice service to the community. has been helping vet the submitted grids and I hope to make a release this week with all of the updated grids.
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Mike Kane Mar 30
Using code from , tidy tools from , {anytime} from , and {trelliscopejs} from , I built a cognostic-guided EDA tool for exploring COVID-19 cases and deaths by state in less than 50 lines of R.
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Alex Feb 4
Data crushing... Love mashing up to bring transparency to some important data all in
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Adam C Smith Jan 31
I’m loving the geofacet package: population trajectories for Barn Swallows across North America.
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Ryan Hafen Jan 24
Replying to @izenmania
This is awesome! It would be great to add to the package if that is cool with you.
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Joe Izenman Jan 23
Continuing to play around with ' geofacet for and , I wrote a little testing function that takes the original map layout you were working with, and the grid you created, and shows how the grid rows and columns translate to the real geography.
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Ryan Hafen Nov 8
Good question. The package has a database of pre-specified grids for different geographies and it turns out that US states is the default. It uses the faceting variable to get the grid layout.
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Emily Robinson Nov 8
Want to do a faceted graph by region (including US states, but for many other countries as well)? Check out facet_grid() from the geofacet package to order the facets by geography 🤯!
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Gabe Becker Oct 11
The core team wants our help (Yes, they really do! This was a major topic at ). Here is T. Kalibera laying out ways the R community can contribute to the R project and help insure R's longterm health.
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Andriy Gazin 22 Jun 19
I call it geowaffle made with a little help of 's geofacet and inspired by 's waffle
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Matt Dray 20 Jun 19
🐐📈 New post: explore tracks using {trelliscopejs} for by 📝 🎛️
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Ryan Hafen 11 Jun 19
New blog post: "Introducing rminiconda - Easily Install and Manage Python in R"
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Zhi Yang, PhD 8 Jun 19
Super cool package geofacet by enables you to combine geo mapping with faceting in one plot.
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Maarten Lambrechts 10 May 19
Greenhouse gas emissions in the EU, 1990-2016. Remarkable differences between east and west. First try with the great geofacet package by
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