Browse R Graphics with the R Graph Gallery and the R Graphical Manual

December 15, 2009

(This article was first published on Getting Genetics Done, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

One of R’s biggest strengths is its unparalleled graphing capabilities.  Just see any of our previous posts on ggplot2, visualization, or other posts tagged with R. R has several fundamentally different systems for plotting, including base graphics, lattice, and ggplot2.  Furthermore, many add-on packages come with their own functions for producing problem-domain specific graphics. For example,

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