metricsgraphics 0.8.5 is now on CRAN!

June 15, 2015

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I’m super-pleased to announce that the Benevolent CRAN Overlords accepted the metricsgraphics package into CRAN over the weekend. Now, you no longer need to rely on github/devtools to use MetricsGraphics.js charts from your R scripts. If you’re not familiar with htmlwidgets, take a look at the official site for them.

To make it easier to grok the package, I replicated many of the core MetricsGraphics examples in the package vignette (which is also below).

I’ll be finishing up support for all of the features of MetricsGraphics library, most importantly POSIX[cl]t support for time ranges in the not-too-distant future. You can drop feature requests, questions or problems over at github.

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