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Dewey Dunnington Jun 4
My first major PR as an summer intern has been merged! now has a new vignette on best practices for using it within an 📦. If you have an 📦 that uses ggplot give it a read and let me know what you think!
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Thomas Lin Pedersen Aug 9
ggforce 0.3.0 has landed on CRAN. Star of the show is a facet for creating scatterplot matrices and beyond. Read all about it in the blog post
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gka@vis.social Mar 1
I don't even know why I'm still stunned how easy it is to create charts with . where the D3 version takes loads of data wrangling and joining and wrestling with some Loess implementation before even getting to the rendering part, the R version fits in a tweet.
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Jessica Ribado Apr 1
Unimportant hills to die on: Spending hours formating all figure details in ggplot to avoid using Illustrator for less than 5 minutes.
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Mike Moore Apr 15
Just stumbled across a very thorough guide for R graphics from the Urban Institute today. Really good!
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R StackOverflow 2h
geom_boxplot, how to specifically color only outliers based on group and keep everything black? [Votes: 2]
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Joαchim Goedhαrt Dec 12
In my new blog I highlight several ways to visualize single cell data from time-lapse imaging
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We are R-Ladies Jun 18
As a diverse community, 1 thing we have in common is the need to efficiently & effectively show our results! I love and tend to play with palettes & ... but I also like creating my own palettes for that I use:
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James Rae Jan 14
One of my 2019 goals was to start a blog. So, here’s the first of a series of tutorials on how to fit and evaluate Bayesian logistic regression models. Brought to you by + + + + + + .
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Claus Wilke Jun 4
I prepared step-by-step instructions for reproducing a few of the figures from my book.
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We are R-Ladies Jul 31
Let's share the reasons that made us stick to R! A really important one for me were the plots, the pretty and reproducible plots we can make with ggplot2. I ❤️
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John Burn-Murdoch Mar 2
Today Roger Federer won his 100th ATP tournament — the first player ever to do so. I made a chart showing his peerless progress, and I’ve published the full step-by-step process for going from the defaults to the end product
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Sebastian Mueller Jul 12
First simulations of the fast probabilistic consensus protocol (FPC) by . Soon used in by ? using .
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Indrajeet Patil Jul 18
For so long I have been waiting for a package like this! Finally, a -friendly way to make clearly structured and highly customizable visualizations for tree-objects in `ggparty` package! 📊📈💅🙌🥳
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Tyler Rinker Apr 27
Hmm didn't know you could control legend titles this way. labs() approach is easier for me to remember.
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Matthias Schnetzer Feb 2
Rich people think they are middle class. No one believes to belong to the Top 10% in Austria. Thanks to the -Community for these excellent packages cc R-Code for the graph:
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R User Group Malmö-Lund (SkåneR) 3h
We have a twitter account -- and a first event you can sign up for! 🤩 Join us Sept 17th at , we will talk about improving your game with and do a li'l workshop inspired by ✨ Sign up here: 👩🏼‍💻👨🏾‍💻👨🏻‍💻👩🏽‍💻
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Mike Moore Apr 13
A couple of weeks ago I gave a talk to our local Omaha R user group on using custom themes in ggplot2. Here are the slides and the source code. slides: source:
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Michael Lopez Feb 28
This overlay of game film and a graph from the Simon Fraser group is just stunning.
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Elise Bell May 24
I have a new short tutorial on plotting vowel data in R or using available on github here, if you're interested!
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