Amanda Cox on How The New York Times Graphics Department Uses R

March 14, 2011

(This article was first published on Zero Intelligence Agents » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Last month, Amanda Cox from The New York Times Graphic Department gave a great talk to the NYC R Statistical Programming Meetup. I’ve just got around to uploading the video, which has been broken into a part one and part two. You can also view the videos embedded after the jump.

Amanda made use of a lot of web content, and we are not setup to do screen capturing, so the video is a bit more useful to listen to than to watch. Amanda’s talk was great, however, and I highly recommend it to anyone thinking of using R as an exploratory tool for professional data visualization.

R at The New York Times Graphics Department, pt. 1 from Drew Conway on Vimeo.

R at The New York Times Graphics Department, pt. 2 from Drew Conway on Vimeo.

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