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Using 2D Contour Plots within {ggplot2} to Visualize Relationships between Three Variables

July 24, 2016
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Using 2D Contour Plots within {ggplot2} to Visualize Relationships between Three Variables

Guest post by John Bellettiere, Vincent Berardi, Santiago Estrada The Goal To visually explore relations between two related variables and an outcome using contour plots. We use the contour function in Base R to produce contour plots that are well-suited for initial investigations into three dimensional data. We then develop visualizations using ggplot2 to gain … Continue...

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The Power of ggplot2 in ArcGIS – The Plotting Toolbox

July 11, 2016
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The Power of ggplot2 in ArcGIS – The Plotting Toolbox

In this post I present my third experiment with R-Bridge. The plotting toolbox is a plug-in for ArcGIS 10.3.x that allows the creation of beautiful and informative plot, with ggplot2, directly from the ESRI ArcGIS console.As always I not only provide t...

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Bridging The Political [Polygons] Gap with ggplot2

July 7, 2016
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Bridging The Political [Polygons] Gap with ggplot2

The @pewresearch folks have been collecting political survey data for quite a while, and I noticed the visualization below referenced in a Tableau vis contest entry: Those are filled frequency polygons, which are super-easy to replicate in ggplot2, especially since Pew even kind of made the data available via their interactive visualization (it’s available in... Continue reading →

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The ggthemr package – Theme and colour your ggplot figures

July 4, 2016
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The ggthemr package – Theme and colour your ggplot figures

Want better colours for ggplot2? "Ggthemr" is an R package that provides new colour themes and also the specification of your own colour palettes. Change the look and feel of your ggplot2 plots in R with two quick commands! Beautiful figures await!

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ggplot2: Mapping vs Setting

June 9, 2016
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Guest post by Kirill Eremenko  Hi there! My name is Kirill Eremenko and I teach R on Udemy. In this quick article I wanted to share with you a valuable tip we cover off in my course R Programming A-Z™ on Udemy (click here to get a 30% discount on the course). Many R users are familiar with the ggplot2 package by...

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ggplot2 docs completely remade in D3.js

May 26, 2016
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Carson Sievert from Plotly recreated Hadley Wickam’s entire ggplot2 documentation using Plotly’s open-source ggplotly converter – http://ropensci.github.io/plotly/ggplot2/. This makes every ggplot2 graph interactive and drawn in D3.js ! position_jitterdodge scale_color_brewer stat_summary_hex geom_violin geom_smooth geom_polygon geom_point Here are some further resources to help you get started with ggplotly() Plotly’s R API Plotly’s ggplot2 converter R API

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Power Curves in R Using Plotly ggplot2 Library

May 26, 2016
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When performing Student’s t-test to compare the difference in means between two groups, it is a useful exercise to determine the effect of unequal sample sizes in the comparison groups on power. Formally, power can be defined as the probability of rejecting the null hypothesis when the alternative hypothesis is true. Informally, power is the

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Plotting App for ggplot2 (Part 2)

May 11, 2016
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Plotting App for ggplot2 (Part 2)

Through this post, I would like to provide an update to my plotting app, which I first blogged about here. The app is available as part of my package RtutoR, which is published on CRAN.(The app is also hosted at shinyapps.io. However, unlike the package version, you would not be able to use your own Plotting App for...

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First Thoughts on Automatically Generating Accessible Text Descriptions of ggplot Charts in R

April 29, 2016
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First Thoughts on Automatically Generating Accessible Text Descriptions of ggplot Charts in R

In a course team accessibility briefing last week, Richard Walker briefly mentioned a tool for automatically generating text descriptions of Statistics Canada charts to support accessibility. On further probing, the tool, created by Leo Ferres, turned out to be called iGraph-Lite: … an extensible system that generates natural language descriptions of statistical graphs, particularly those

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(ggplot2) Exercising with (ggalt) dumbbells

April 17, 2016
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(ggplot2) Exercising with (ggalt) dumbbells

I follow the most excellent Pew Research folks on Twitter to stay in tune with what’s happening (statistically speaking) with the world. Today, they tweeted this excerpt from their 2015 Global Attitudes survey: The age gap in social media use around the world https://t.co/0Dq1PcbExG pic.twitter.com/9HBM7gLxwR— PewResearch Internet (@pewinternet) April 17, 2016 I thought it might... Continue reading →

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