It took several months after learning about ggplot2 before I gave it a try myself. I was apprehensive about learning a new graphics system with a new set of commands. Thing is, if you’ve ever used plot() in R, you already know how to use much of the functionality in ggplot2! In this tutorial I want to show you just how easy it is to start producing high-quality graphics using ggplot2. I’ll

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