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Harro Cyranka 🔎 Aug 20
Nuclear explosions. Got some inspiration from the PDF of the original report. Hopefully I will be forgiven for the double axis graph, lol
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Georgios Karamanis Aug 21
Nuclear ! I took it easy this week and recreated the plot in the report (second image) Check out 's much cooler version! code:
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Gil Henriques 🌹 Aug 20
📊 My contribution to this week's (this time actually on a Tuesday): nuclear explosions since 1945!💥 (Code below)
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Cédric Scherer Aug 21
Week 2019/34 - Nuclear Explosions! ☢️ Again a bit limited in time but thanks to (once again) it was easy to create a world map using the Goode homolosine projection - another thing I wanted to try since I read his book.
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🧚🏻‍♀️Jackie Waugh🧚🏻‍♀️ 3h
Keep tidy and clean - Tidy mind Tidy things 🤗
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R4DS online learning community Aug 17
If we produced a short (~15 minute) weekly podcast, would you listen? Other than an introduction to that week's dataset, what would you want to hear?
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Romina Elena Mendez Aug 23
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Jake Kaupp Aug 21
Two works for , using new functions from ggtext and the new ragg graphics device. 1st shows the explosions & yield in the US/USSR arms race. 2nd shows that much of the testing was weapons research. Code:
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else_if Aug 22
First contribution to TidyTuesday. Didnt had much time but nice to explore some new ways of gg
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Tanya Shapiro 10h
Et tu, Brute? Catching up on , data set on Roman Emperors. Saw some amazing timeline submissions! I was inspired to take a look at reign spans vs. cause of death. Not a fun time to rule during the Gordian dynasty. 🔪
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Cédric Scherer 9h
Catch-up contribution for week 2019/25 exploring the most common bird species during Christmas time in Ontario 🦃 Is it a 🐦? Is it a 🛩️? Is it🎅? - It's probably a European Starling!
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Gil Henriques 🌹 Aug 16
📊For this week's , I explore the life and death of Roman emperors. 🏛️
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Antoine Aug 22
BOOM! 💣 Late submission about nuclear explosion ☢️
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Julio Spairani 45m
2019-08-20 Nuclear Explosions! lets see them by purpose over the years. Enjoy :D
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Pablo Cánovas Aug 19
Working on from last week! It feels similar to others already published, but with some tweaks to make it my own and keep learning.
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Scofirroto Aug 21
facetting maps is a BAD move.
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Jessica Streeter Aug 19
It's been a busy summer, but finally found some time for some fun! Palette and font all inspired by 1950s sci-fi/atomic age flicks. This was a ton of fun :) Code available on git:
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M R Wani Aug 20
Number of tests conducted
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Scofirroto 14h
Better late than never! A whole new design for the bar chart in SIPRI report introduced in the latest ! Thanks to for his tutorial [] on making my own color palette for ggplot2! I call it scale_color_radioactive().
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Georgios Karamanis Aug 22
the nucear explosions plot for this week's . Mostly trying to figure out the positive/negative bars and ggtext 🤓
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