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Prototype: More Web-Friendly Visualizations in R

June 12, 2010

I've spent some more time thinking about how best to put together the package for creating web-friendly, interactive data visualizations in R. I have a pretty substantial JavaScript package that does a lot of basic visualizations now, and it's really exciting to see where this is going. With this in mind, I'm releasing a new

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Canadian CPI: Visualization Brainstorm

May 27, 2010

After finishing the R prototype for data visualization, I've started abstracting the various methods necessary to create beautiful graphs. While there's no preliminary version of the R package yet, I think I've taken a number of exciting steps. These include: Abstracting graph objects. Objects such as lines, scatter plots, and other graph types can all

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Prototype: Web-Friendly Visualizations in R

May 18, 2010

Developing web-friendly data visualizations is not very difficult, though as far as I know, a package that allows one to do this directly in R does not exist (e-mail me if you know of one). As someone who has been developing lots of data-oriented software tools, it's always nice to post visualizations online. To facilitate

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