ggplot2 gui: Major feature set complete

August 4, 2010
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(This article was first published on GSoC 2010 R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

(Written by Ian Fellows)

There has been quite a bit of progress on the ggplot2 graphical user interface since the last post. All of the major features have been implemented, and are outlined in the vlog links below. What remains is to fix bugs, improve interface elements, and listen to feedback from users (that’s you). Please give it a try by installing the development version of Deducer
install.packages(“Deducer”,,”http://www.rforge.net“,type=”source”) . It is best used with the R console JGR which you can find at http://rforge.net/JGR/ .

Feature tour:
http://neolab.stat.ucla.edu/cranstats/vlog4.mov

Development and extension:
http://neolab.stat.ucla.edu/cranstats/vlog5.mov

Ian


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