Working with the Clinton State Dept Email Dumps in R (Part 1: Graphs)

February 20, 2016
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(This article was first published on R – rud.is, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I put this together after experimenting with ggplot2 and ggnetwork earlier this week. The changes I made added svgPanZoom into the mix. Consequently, it has a widget in it, so it was just easier to embed the full R markdown HTML into an iframe than to try to extract the content piecemeal into WP.

You can bust the iframe via http://rud.is/projects/clinton_emails_01.html.

Read on to see how to grab some JSON, create edge list, do some basic graph stats with igraph and generate an interactive visualization with ggplot2 and svgPanZoom.


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