Reproducible art with R

July 27, 2016
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This is my tribute to the fantastic R package spatstat. All the artwork was 100% done in R, the source code is here. Click the images for hi-res (6000 x 4000) versions.

License: This is a public domain work. Feel free to do absolutely whatever you want with the code or the images, there are no restrictions on the use.

Figure 1A:

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Figure 1B:

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Figure 2A:

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Figure 2B:

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