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Charlie Gallagher Nov 24
week 48 -- I don't know if it's ever okay to map a variable to circumference... But that's what I did, and this is what I came up with Trails in WA, where the circumference of a circle represents the length of a circuit trail code:
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Tobias Stalder Nov 25
Hi fam. My on the dataset by (Also submission for their amazing screencast!😊). It shows a summary on the hiking locations (tracks, length, elevation). Done in ofc. code:
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Alex Cookson Nov 24
If any folks don't want to deal with cleaning the data (or want to see how I did it), here's some code that might help 😁
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Ijeamaka A 10h
Due to the Thanksgiving holidays, I had some time to work on this weeks ! So I am back again with my one true love, coord_polar, for Washington Trails. 👩🏿‍💻:
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Dr. Margaret Siple 4h
Finally finished my for this week. I'm not totally satisfied, BUT I learned a lot of cool things! Like how to add clip="off" to coord_polar() to keep the labels from being cut off. I used 's code snippet for the color palettes! 😊🌲🏔️🌄🌼
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Jack Davison Nov 24
This we're looking at data from the 🥾, and I'm quite proud of this one! Used the {} and {} 📦's to put together a map of the different route features to see what the basis is for recommending a route be dog/child appropriate.
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Kaustav Sen 12h
Missed out on participating in due to work So here is a late submission analyzing the spread of COVID-19 in India; doubles up as Week 47 😅 Was inspired by a similarish plot doing the rounds in 💻
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Kaustav Sen Nov 26
A {gt} table for Week 48 - which hiking trail should you visit in Washington? Code: Used latest blog post on {gt} to add custom HTML elements😍 Definitely check out his blog post:
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Julia Silge Nov 25
Replying to @juliasilge
This week's is all about hiking trails in Washington, and we can use multiple models to learn that: 🏕longer trails have campsites, ridges, passes, summits 🐶shorter trails are good for kids and dogs Find the code here:
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Ijeamaka A Nov 19
Also for day I want to give a huge shoutout to the community. It's a super fun and lowstakes way to level up your and ggplot2 skills. The left image is my first submission and the right image is my one of my most recents/favorite.
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Tou Nien Xiang Nov 26
Revisiting {ggridges} for this week's visualisation on Washington trails data. Here's my ridgeline plot to show the distribution of elevation gains across selected hike features, and colours to differentiate quartiles. Code:
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José Antonio León Nov 27
Tidytuesday week 54. Washington hike's user ratings by main features. Code:
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goldenboy Nov 26
I don't want to break the chain, here the last on Washington hiking trails where i learned some data cleaning and wrangling useful stuff. code >>
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Luis 🐘 Nov 26
For this week's I decided to do something simple, so I went for a ridgeline plot showing the user rating distribution for each location. This week I learned some {stringr} functions and {ggridges}. Code:
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sathvik Nov 25
A after a long hiatus. This weeks analysis on Washington trails - tried to predict user ratings based on features. Appears that trails that have coasts, waterfalls and summits have a strong positive influence. Surprisingly wildlife has the opposite effect!
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Jackie Torres Nov 26
for this week's I built a shiny app that randomly picks a hiking trail for you and your pup! 🌄Washington trails 🐶pups allowed on a leash ⭐️trails rated 4 stars and higher only app link: code link:
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Climate Dad Nov 24
At long last my first submission! And it's a lollipop chart decked out in random shades of canopy green. It turns out the average hiker likes to camp by waterfalls unencumbered by dogs. And fall foliage doesn't impress them (or did they go at the wrong time of year?)
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Georgios Karamanis Nov 27
Distribution of Washington trail lengths and highpoints for this week's . Inspiration by : code:
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Ijeamaka A Nov 19
Replying to @ijeamaka_a
This one is my most liked submission which I think really reflects the vibe of
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Pedro Rocha Nov 25
After a looong time i'm back to (a bit late for this week though) The plot shows the average Highest point (m) above sea level of trails per Washington region
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