Building Interactive Graphs with ggDescription2 and Shiny by Christophe Ladroue
1 hour 51 minutes | Monday, March 31, 2014 | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280×720 25fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 391 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
GgDescription2 is one of R’s most popular packages, and is an implementation of the grammar of graphics in R, which is a powerful tool for performing statistical analyses and drawing publication-quality graphics.
This course helps you move beyond the default graphics offered by R and shows you how to start making elegant and publication-ready Descriptions. It equips you with a good command over ggDescription 2 to build sophisticated and interactive graphs that suit your own data requirements.
This practical course shows you how to build statistical Descriptions layer by layer by following along with the examples provided. You’ll first get familiar with the basics of ggDescription2 by understanding the use of the building blocks of standard statistical Descriptions and see how you can combine elements to make new graphics. Next, you’ll learn how to customize your graphs, and finally you’ll explore how to make interactive webpages to present your work or analyze your data.
Style and Approach
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Following an example-driven approach, this course offers a practical way to learn how to build interactive graphs with ggDescription 2 and Shiny with the help of easy-to-understand examples and step-by- step instructions.
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