my 1st post for the Guardian Australia

May 30, 2013
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(This article was first published on simon jackman's blog » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I’ll be contributing a piece about once a week for the Guardian Australia, under a part of the web site we’re calling The Swing.

The set of graphs from my 1st effort were rendered in-line and rather low-res.

Bigger, full res versions appear below; click on the in-line versions.

2009-2010

campaign2007

It would be great to find a way to quickly make nice, web-friendly graphs out of R. Vega looks like a reasonable wrapper to d3. Datawrapper.de just doesn’t give me enough control over annotations, axes etc… I’m also looking at Rickshaw. Life is short, beautiful graphics are hard, sometimes…

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