The Force: Accounted, in R

January 9, 2016

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Despite being a cybersecurity professional, it’s pretty easy to social engineer me:

I’ll note that @jayjacobs does it all the time to me.

I took Thorsten’s tweet as a challenge to ggplot2-ize the Bloomberg visualizations as best as possible.

All the code in on github and you can see the finished product (knitted from an Rmd file) on this project page or mini-scroll below in the iframe.

I encourage folks to look at the project (it’s actually a package) source as it has quite a bit of data munging and ggplot2 “tricks” that could be useful in “real” visualizations.

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