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Lars Hernández Jan 17
Second plot for my upcoming thesis: Cost of prescription and hospital drugs 1996 - 2017 in Denmark grouped by primary ATC category
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Hedvig Skirgård 10h
Reminding myself again of how to make nice percent labels on stacked barplots in .. Hey team, we need to make this more straightforward. We know basically everyone wants them in the middle & with no decimals. Can we please get a simply solution :)?
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Lars Hernández Jan 16
Funding of healthcare systems in Europe
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Steven Downey, CMT Jan 11
I don't disagree with the argument but I strongly dislike dual y axis charts as they are easily manipulated. If you want to show a strong correlation use a correlation chart with a R corr number and t stat. doesn't allow dual y axis for this reason.
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Martin Wegmann Jan 14
Great walk-through of with inset maps by @ggspatial
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Johanie Fournier Jan 16
2020W3 👇 I'm back!! % hight strengh password by category for this week. Color inspired by last , because it was just too beautiful! Code:
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Levi Jan 16
When asked to find & discuss an article where the author(s) present their findings on an openly available dataset, students in an Intro Data Science course were talking most about:
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James Wade Jan 13
Do you have a strong password? If it was in this week's , probably not. Here's my contribution along with code. {ggimage} and `geom_icon` were new one for me this week.
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Joseph Yeates Jan 14
Week 2 of in 2020! Password strength analysis 👨‍✈️ I used and to transform the "time to crack password" column to duration in minutes, log transform the minutes and then plot the density by password category!
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George Ball Jan 13
Replying to @GeorgeBall95
(sidenote: this is my first , I've finally given in 😜)
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Art Steinmetz Jan 15
Gabba gabba hey, . What do the Ramones want...or not? Why is "Animal Boy" their angriest album? Will Ed Tufte forgive me?Find out in my new post at !
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AniMove Jan 16
Always wanted to create fancy and informative animations? Learn and explore the power of at - apply before Feb 15th
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Florin Hasler 💙 Jan 14
What the 🇨🇭 worry about: from the CS Worry Barometer (1995-2019) by visualized with 📈 / Not another
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Trevor A. Branch Jan 12
Wouldn't it be nice if you could directly change the x label to italics using this: ylab("Pseudotsuga menziesii", face="italics") ? ggplot is otherwise quite logical and consistent.
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Maureen McHugo Jan 13
I love And , but I hate that I am reading about point sizes as defined by Tex just to get my font sizes to work properly when saving an image
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Jakob Manthey Jan 16
Replying to @VictimOfMaths
As with other ggplot figures I suppose. I like the learning curve of that package though. Even after some years using , I still keep on digging up new features.
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Santosh Srinivas 5h
Wonderful talk with Leland Wilkison author of Grammar of Graphics by the team at
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Vegar Ottesen Jan 17
Simple, effective, gorgeous - data visualization using and : Remember - your data IS the story. Make sure it is clear, concise, and difficult to misinterpret. Visualize well, folks !
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The Come On Man Jan 15
Was fascinated by the story of training with B for the UCL final vs. Spurs. Applied my passing similarity logic to delve deeper - ( Spoiler - Benfica do play similar to Spurs, as do some others )
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Kyle Sala Jan 13
When creating many custom formatted plots using ggplot for a paper or report, how do you write custom formatting functions that will control all plots? Any links with examples? For sake of doing formatting once and then just calling that function per plot
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