The usually abstract, qualitative and sometimes quantitative chart type shows relationships. You can make them in R, if you must. Read More
If you’re looking to acquaint yourself with R — the non-coding aspects of the language — the brief Field Guide to the R Ecosystem by Mark Sellers might help. Perhaps, you’re a hobbyist R user, who’d like to provide more information to your company in order to make a case for adopting R? Maybe you’re part of a support team who’ll be building out infrastructure to support R in your...
Introducing yourself to R as an Excel user can be tricky, especially when you don’t have much programming experience. It requires that you switch from one mental model of the data that exists in an interactive spreadsheet to one that exists in vectors and lists. Steph de Silva provides a translation of these data structures for Excel users. Tags: Excel, R
As everyone has already checked out for the rest of the year, I'm going to mess around with R to the tune of The Twelve Days of Christmas and nobody can stop me. Read More
Combining small multiples with the grid layout can make for an intuitive geographic reference. Read More
For when you want to show or compare several distributions but don't have a lot of space. Read More
Also known as a polar plot, it is usually not the better option over a standard line chart, but in select cases the method can be useful to show cyclical patterns. Read More
It's the half cousin of the bubble plot with less overlap and more straight edges. Read More