Hadley Wickham: ggplot2 Webinar (Today!)

February 8, 2012
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(This article was first published on Getting Genetics Done, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)


Title: A Backstage Tour of ggplot2 with Hadley Wickham
Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Time: 11:00AM - 12:00PM Pacific
Presenter: Hadley Wickham, Professor of Statistics, Rice University

Register here.

I used ggplot2 extensively a few years ago, but reverted back to base graphics when ggplot2 was too slow for a project I was working on. But ggplot2 and plyr have improved much in the last few years, and I'm starting to pick it back up again. This webinar will give an overview of ggplot2, a preview of some of ggplot2's forthcoming new features, and will discuss ggplot2's internals and development over the last few years and how ggplot2 development is becoming easier.

I received an email yesterday saying that the registration list is over 1000 long, so it's a good idea to sign into the webinar early to make sure you get a spot. Hit the link below to register and you'll get a link to the webinar.

A Backstage Tour of ggplot2 with Hadley Wickham

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