x-mas tRees with gganimate, ggplot, plotly and friends

January 3, 2019
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At the last homework before Christmas I asked my students from DataVisTechniques to create a ,,Christmas style” data visualization in R or Python (based on simulated data).

Libaries like rbokeh, ggiraph, vegalite, shiny+ggplot2 or plotly were popular last year. This year there are also some nice submissions that use gganimate.

Find source codes here. Plots created last year are here.
And here are homeworks from this year.

Trees created with gganimate (and gifski)



Trees created with ggplot2 (and sometimes shiny)









Trees created with plotly


Trees created with python


Trees created with rbokeh


Trees created with vegalite


Trees created with ggiraph

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