July Projects – Data Visualization with R

July 3, 2016
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(This article was first published on R – Journey of Analytics, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Projects for month of July are now uploaded on Projects page. This month’s motif is advanced graphics and visualizations in R. Basic graphs are already added here.

  1. bcharts.R : Program to create horizontal bar charts and side-stacked bar charts using ggplot package.
  2. surfaceplots.R : Program to create 3D visuals of geometric and complex mathematical functions, like the one below: surface_plot
  3. explore_new.R: Graphical data exploration using the US education scorecard data from a Kaggle competition. In this program we use the leaflet package to construct an interactive US state-level map to showcase college data (admission rate, average faculty salary, median student debt, etc). The map allows user to zoom in to view details about the college. (Image below)  map_univ
  4. bubble_chart.R : Attractive bubble charts showing crime rates per district. Dataset is pulled in from the Kaggle competition for San Francisco crime data.

Feel free to fork the code to adapt for your own needs. As usual, feel free to leave your feedback in the comments section beneath.

Filed under: Kaggle, learning resources, R Tagged: advanced graphics in R, advanced visualization R, bubble charts in R, data analytics, data visualization, data visualization with R, graphical data exploration, interactive US map R, leaflet, learning resources, math function graph, r-code, side-stacked bar charts, surface plots in R, US education data

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