August 20, 2014

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I’m back working on R&graphics at last. I’ve made some progress on the shiny+rgl front, but haven’t really had the time to create anything which could be posted here…
However, it’s been a while, so today I thought I’d take advantage of the release of googleVis ( Quick attempts to make to draw time series were quite nice. It may not be as configurable as ggplot, but it’s very nice and rather easy to use:

 Hopefully I’ll figure out how to upload a live version for anyone to play with it… Any hint?

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