Screencast: The Making of 3dfcc505dc

June 3, 2012

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

It was all going so well. Until my MacBook began experiencing memory issues. At around the 20 minute mark (which is close to the end), I lost some video explaining the use of the density plot auto-creation super-wizard function. The good news is that it’s available on public github and you can play with it at your leisure!

As always, if you spot errors, you are hereby tasked with reporting them to me.


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