Open Source Playing with ggvis using rCharts, angular, uikit, ace-editor

June 24, 2014

(This article was first published on Timely Portfolio, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Open source allows us to do amazing things.  Take me for example.  I am a below average coder, and I can hack together these incredibly powerful tools to do something like below. Some might naively say that rCharts and ggvis are competitors.  However, I view them as an indicator of a reach ecosystem (taken from Rob Story) in which the “competition” and “learning” results in synergy.

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