ggplot2 docs completely remade in D3.js

May 26, 2016
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Carson Sievert from Plotly recreated Hadley Wickam’s entire ggplot2 documentation using Plotly’s open-source ggplotly converter – http://ropensci.github.io/plotly/ggplot2/. This makes every ggplot2 graph interactive and drawn in D3.js !

position_jitterdodge

scale_color_brewer

stat_summary_hex

geom_violin

geom_smooth

geom_polygon

geom_point

Here are some further resources to help you get started with ggplotly()

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