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Visualizing geo-spatial data with sf and plotly

April 2, 2018
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Visualizing geo-spatial data with sf and plotly

Need help with R, data viz, and/or stats? Work with me or attend my 2 day workshop! In my last post, we explored interactive visualizations of simple features (i.e., interactive maps) via ggplot2’s geom_sf() and plotly’s ggplotly(). This time we’ll make similar visualizations using plotly’s “non-ggplot2” mapping interfaces (namely plot_ly(), plot_geo(), and plot_mapbox()). Here’s a

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Learning from and improving upon ggplotly conversions

April 2, 2018
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Learning from and improving upon ggplotly conversions

Need help with R, data visualization, and/or statistics? Hire me or attend my 2 day workshop! As the maintainer of the R package plotly, I’m certainly aware that ggplotly() is not perfect.1 And, even when conversion from ggplot2 to plotly ‘works’ it can leave some things to be desired. For example, it might take a

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plotly 4.7.1 now on CRAN

September 10, 2017
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plotly 4.7.1 now on CRAN

I’m excited to announce that plotly 4.7.1 is now on CRAN! Along with some important bug fixes and numerous improvements to the underlying plotly.js library, this release includes an exciting new R-specific feature — the ability to modify (i.e., update without a full redraw) an existing plotly graph inside a shiny app via the new

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plotly 4.7.0 now on CRAN

May 30, 2017
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plotly 4.7.0 now on CRAN

I’m super excited about plotly 4.7.0 – it includes numerous improvements and new features related to performance, mapping, and API requests. It also includes support for something folks have wanted for a very long time – fixed coordinates via ggplotly()! In other words, if you use coord_equal(), coord_fixed(), etc to specify a ratio between the

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plotly 4.6.0 now on CRAN

April 25, 2017
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plotly 4.6.0 now on CRAN

I’m super excited to announce that plotly 4.6.0 is now on CRAN! Go ahead and install it with: install.packages("plotly") This release brings a ton of new features and improvements — some of which are over in the year making. I recently held a webinar introducing the biggest features, including linked views, animation, and crosstalk integration. In

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