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Jonathan Spring Jun 10
The Sky is Falling for ! NASA meteorite data seemed like a good opportunity to animate some falling rocks with . code:
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Christian Burkhart Jun 11
For this week's I tried to visualize meteorite impacts around the world. Fortunately, NASA offers their color scheme online, so I borrowed it from them: . Find the code here:
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Cédric Scherer Jun 12
Week 2019/24: "How many meteorites have fallen to Earth in the last decades? Which were the heaviest of them?" with data provided by ☄️ Got inspired by blockbusters and had much fun creating this ! 🤓
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Horacio Chacón Jun 12
First try ever of plotting meteorite hits in South America. Learned some features of ggplot's mapping capabilities.
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Catherine Williams Jun 12
First time doing spatial analysis for ! I also imported another data set to further classify meteorites. Code can be found at:
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Thomas Mock 👨🏼‍💻 Jun 10
The welcomes you to week 24 of ! We're exploring meteorites!! 📁 🗞
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Ifeoma Oti Egbogah MSc Jun 10
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Otho Jun 11
It's been a year since I joined , and it's been great. I've learned by doing and I've learned from others. I've collected all of mines in one single page (plus a couple of other ). Looking forward for more! 🙌☀️😊😋 Thanks :)
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Jose M Jun 12
2003 was a big year for meteorites. Here's a visual showing where they fell using data from NASA. code:
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We are R-Ladies Jun 11
Hey everybody! It's again! The data provided a good chance to use gganimate. Goal: To find out which meteorite classes had the highest count. Turns out it's L6 at 8077
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Daniel Jun 11
R is one of my favorite tools these days, and the project has played a big part in this. Definitely recommend!
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Arga Adyatama Jun 10
I'll start my second with an easy one, follow the trend of meteorites record. Apparently, there is an upward trend in Found Meteorites since 1950. Then I also look into Top 20 found meteorites based on its class. Love to see my improvement on dataviz.
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CristóbalM Jun 10
Playing for the first time with gganimate to visualize meteorite collisions since the 1900s ;) code:
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Harro Cyranka 🔎 Jun 11
. Total meteorites found by year between 1900 and 2010. Followed the tip of another poster and took a look at the amazing LacroixColoR palette. Code editor is Sublimext
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Tanya Shapiro Jun 12
Late to the Meteorite ☄️party. Saw some very impressive maps from people this week! You guys are inspiring me to step up my ggplot skills (I'm used to leaflet maps). Also challenging myself next round to combine plots in one graphic with plot_grid.
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Will Hipson Jun 11
Recent Trends in Meteor Impacts (sounds like a great name for a journal). Seem to cluster around Western Europe and North Africa. Code:
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Jose M Jun 10
late submissions of last week's Ramen data set. Here's a quick chart using ggridges to show distribution of ratings by country. Thank to for the tip on clip = "off" so the top ridge doesn't get cut off. code:
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Sil Aarts Jun 10
Replying to @sil_aarts
Pfff...that's ⤵️ better (at least, it is for me): less hysterical than the former one 😀. The "NASA" colours "pop" more now! .
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Carsten Stann Jun 9
Everyday is a good day to ! This week looked at ramen ratings from . Key insight: prefer instant noodles from Malaysia, & Indonesia, avoid those from Canada & UK. code: data:
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Meenakshi Srinivasan 🐠 Jun 9
Did a combined for the last two weeks, but plotting the Top 20 most common rated countries for Wine 🍷 and Ramen 🍜. Confession: I can't taste the difference between wines 🙁but ramen, I can 🙂 Inspiration: 😊 Code and stuff:
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