Four Dataviz Posters

February 25, 2019
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I was asked for some examples of posters I’ve made using R and ggplot. Here are four. Some of these are done from start to finish in R, others involved some post-processing in Illustrator, usually to adjust some typographical elements or add text in a sidebar. I’ve linked to a PDF of each one, along with a pointer to the original post about the graphic.

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Vaccination Exemptions in California Kindergartens

Vaccination exemptions poster.

Vaccination exemptions poster.

A Co-Citation Network for Philosophy

Co-Citation in Philosophy.

Co-Citation in Philosophy.

Mortality in France, 1816-2016

French mortality.

French mortality.

Visualizing the Baby Boom

The Baby Boom in the US and the UK.

The Baby Boom in the US and the UK.

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