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**4D Pie Charts » R**, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)Last time I talked about adapting graphs for presentations. This time I’m putting some of the concepts I discussed there into action, with a presentation of Immer’s barley dataset. This is a classic dataset, originally published in 1934; in 1993 Bill Cleveland mentioned it in his book Visualising Data on account of how it may contain an error. Here’s the paper/screen version.

Here’s the presentation.

**Immer’s barley data**http://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=immersbarleydata-101031144011-phpapp01&stripped_title=immers-barley-data&userName=richierocks

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For the record, the presentation was created with Impress and the audio recorded with Audacity. Using these tools, it’s pretty straightforward to make and share an audio presentation.

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