Free e-book: Effective Graphs with Microsoft R Open

  • Charts for making comparisons: bar charts and dot charts
  • Dividing a whole into parts: (multiple) pie charts, bar charts (simple, divided, grouped and faceted)
  • Posted by David Smith at 09:40 in graphics , Microsoft , R | Permalink

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R is a powerful system for creating data visualizations. In fact, R gives you so many options for creating charts that it can be hard to know the best way to communicate effectively. To help you present your data as effectively as possible using R, there’s a new (and free) e-book available to download: Effective Graphs with Microsoft R Open. Written by the mother-daughter team of Naomi Robbins (author of Creating More Effective Graphs and Forbes contributor) and Joyce Robbins (sociologist and R programmer specializing in data visualization) The book gives plenty of examples of common (and some not-so-common) data…


Free e-book: Effective Graphs with Microsoft R Open

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