Posts Tagged ‘ chart ’

Waterfall charts in style of The Economist with R

May 7, 2012
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Waterfall charts in style of The Economist with R

Waterfall charts are sometimes quite helpful to illustrate the various moving parts in financial data, in particular where I have positive and negative values like a profit and loss statement (P&L). However, they can be a bit of a pain to produce in Ex...

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"My interpretation of [Leland Wilkinson’s] grammar [of statistical graphics]: —Data is the most…"

August 25, 2011
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"My interpretation of [Leland Wilkinson’s] grammar [of statistical graphics]: —Data is the most…"

“My interpretation of grammar : —Data is the most important thing, and the thing that you bring to the table. —Geometric objects … what you actually see on the plot: points, lines, polygons, etc. ...

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"My interpretation of [Leland Wilkinson’s] grammar [of statistical graphics]: —Data is the most…"

August 25, 2011
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"My interpretation of [Leland Wilkinson’s] grammar [of statistical graphics]:
—Data is the most…"

“My interpretation of grammar : —Data is the most important thing, and the thing that you bring to the table. —Geometric objects … what you actually see on the plot: points, lines, polygons, etc. ...

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ggplot2: Two Color XY-Area Combo Chart

October 21, 2009
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ggplot2: Two Color XY-Area Combo Chart

[email protected] blog shows how to fill in the area between two crossing lines in an Excel chart. This post was also published as a guest-post on PTS blog. Let’s try to replicate this graph in ggplot2. First, load ggplot2 and generate the data frame to be used in the example (I am using a slightly

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