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2009 Chambers award winner announced

April 28, 2009
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We are pleased to announce that the judges of the Chambers Award have selected the winner of the 2009 competition: Yihui Xie, from the Renmin University of China. Yihui received this year's award for his submission "animation," an R package for using g...

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GGobi and Choreography

April 12, 2009
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You might be interested in this rather unusual use of GGobi - to explore and understand dance! Noel Cressie, Ola Ahlqvist, and Hyowon Ban from the Ohio State University have been involved in a collaborative project centred around a William Forsythe mo...

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Updated version of GGobi: 2.1.8

August 12, 2008
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We've just posted an updated version of GGobi - version 2.1.8. This version fixes a number of small bugs, particularly with theDescribeDisplay plugin. If you are on windows, make sure to also update to the latest version of gtk linked from the downlo...

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Geometric shapes

August 29, 2007
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If you haven't seen them already, be sure to check out Barret Schloerke's geometric shapes. He's an undergrad student who's been working with us over summer to generate a variety of high-dimensional geometric shapes to explore with GGobi.The data incl...

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GGobi 2.1.6

August 20, 2007
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Just a quick note to let you know that GGobi 2.1.6 has been releasedand is available from Windows, Mac (with easy installer) and Linuxfrom http://www.ggobi.org/downloads. The changes are largely internalwith a few more bugs being fixed.We are working ...

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Static and dynamic graphics course, July 2007, Salt Lake City

March 5, 2007
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We're pleased to announce a one day course covering static and dynamic graphics using R, ggplot and GGobi. The course will be held just before the JSM, on Saturday, 28 July 2007, in Salt Lake City. The course will be presented by Dianne Cook and Hadley...

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GGobi 2.1.4 released

October 23, 2006
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We are pleased to announce the release of GGobi 2.1.4. This is another bug fix release, fixing a few annoying crasher bugs, as well some xml and linking bugs. It is available for download now from http://www.ggobi.org/downloads/. This version offers ...

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rggobi 2.1.3 released (for linux and mac)

April 2, 2006
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This is bug fix for a problem that a number of users on the mac havebeen experiencing.If you have already successfully installed rggobi, you do not need to upgrade.The new file is available from http://www.ggobi.org/downloads/

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GGobi 2 official release

March 27, 2006
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GGobi 2 official releaseWe are pleased to announce the first official release of GGobi 2, available for Windows, Mac and Linux.Since GGobi1, we have made a huge number of changes:much much more stable (thanks to Michael's hard work)now much prettier l...

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New website design

February 23, 2006
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You've probably noticed the new design of the GGobi's website. We hope you like it!Be sure to check out how GGobi got its name and the new demo of the parallel coordinates plot. We know that a lot of people have been having problems viewing the movies...

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