Bring Your Data to Life with googleVis and R – Tutorial

July 13, 2016
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(This article was first published on DataCamp Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

In this new demonstration, you will learn how to use the googleVis package in R to create a some beautiful interactive charts. The charts created here are inspired by the work of data guru Hans Rosling. Step-by-step, you will transform development statistics into moving bubbles that help quickly tell a powerful story. GoogleVis provides an interface between R and the Google Charts Tools, allowing you to create interactive web charts from R without uploading your data to Google. 

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googleVis tutorial motion plot

This short course is a great way to make a few stunning visualizations and have fun at the same time. Enjoy!

Create your own course

Want to create your own course? With DataCamp Teach, you can easily create and host your own interactive tutorial for free. Use the same system DataCamp course creators use to develop their courses, and share your R knowledge with the rest of the world. With DataCamp teach you just write your interactive exercises in simple markdown files, and DataCamp teach uploads the content to DataCamp for you. This makes creating a DataCamp course hassle-free. 

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