mber Watkins gave me a suggestion on the animation for the ratio estimation, and I think this is a good topic for my animation package. I’ve finished writing the initial version of the function sample.ratio() for this package, which will appear in the version 1.1-2 a couple of days later. As we know, the benefit
Duncan Murdoch just posted a youtube video presenting an animation clip of a 3d rgl object.
Duncan even went further and wrote an explanation on how he made the video:
here are the steps I used:
1. Design a shape to be displayed, and then play with the animation functions to make it change over time. Use play3d to do
ince animation 1.0-9, we will be able to create a PDF document with an animation embedded in it; the function is saveLatex(), and its usage is similar to saveMovie() and saveSWF(): you pass an R expression for creating animations to this function, and this expression will be evaluated in the function; the image frames get
So I've been here dealing with the installation of a software that Yihui Xie suggested me to change the format of the animations displayed in R, she told me that all I needed to do was to go to http://imagemagick.org to download ImageMagick for my ope...
So I haven't had success YET in finding a way to post here the animations, but I thought it would be interesting to show you at least a couple of examples using this software, and I chose 2 pretty interesting ones by Yihui Xie and Xiaoyue Cheng.The fir...
Well, I had never heard about it, but this morning I was looking for some information about another package and I found and article about this interesting package at 'The R-Journal' (http://journal.r-project.org/), it was on the Vol. 8/2, October 2008, by Yihui Xie and Xiaoyue Cheng, and it says something like...
"The animation package (Xie, 2008) uses graphical and
Proposed solution to Euler Problem 18 in the R language. Find the maximum total from top to bottom of a triangle consisting of numbers. Continue reading →
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I’m super excited to announce that plotly 4.6.0 is now on CRAN! Go ahead and install it with: install.packages("plotly") This release brings a ton of new features and improvements — some of which are over in the year making. I recently held a webinar introducing the biggest features, including linked views, animation, and crosstalk integration. In
Playing arcade games in R? Introducing pong, the first R-cade game. This code simulates the legendary game of pong in your favourite data science language. Continue reading →
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