licorice: plot Likert-like data

June 16, 2015
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I wanted to create a nice visualization from a survey data set. I quickly stumbled upon the likert package (go check it out).

I did however have some trouble getting it to work the way I wanted. Therefore I made a quick implementation of my own that you can install from GitHub: github.com/Bart6114/licorice (check out the GitHub README for more info).

Below you can see an example plot. It is a basic ggplot2 object which you can add upon to your liking. The plot below has been themed using the ggthemr package.

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