(This article was first published on GGobi
, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)
Aug 3-5 the GGobi developers got together in Seattle, WA for the second hack-at-it. The setting was a rented house, with high speed internet and a lovely garden in which to work and talk.
The main topic of this year's hack-at-it was the ggobi pipeline. Plans were laid to restructure the backbone of the software to make it more extensible, and programmable from R. Most of this will be invisible to the user, but the results will be obvious in new graphics types and applications running from R.
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