Data Visualization Tools & Resources

There’s this amazing overview of helpful dataviz resources atwww.visualisingdata.com/resources! Browse through hundreds of helpful data visualization tools, programs, and services. All neatly organized by Andy Kirk in categories: data handling, applications, programming, web-based, qualitative, mapping, specialist, and colour. What a great repository! Looking for expert books on data visualization?Have a look at these recommendations!

dygraphs

Today I learned about dygraphs, a fast, flexible open source JavaScript charting library. As everything in JavaScript, the charts produced by dygraphs integrate completely in the webbrowser and are thus very functional and interactive. See, for instance, the below where the graph highlights the y-axis value for both time series in the graph based on the x-axis…

Visualizing model uncertainty

ungeviz is a new R package by Claus Wilke, whom you may know from his amazing work and books on Data Visualization. The package name comes from the German word “Ungewissheit”, which means uncertainty. You can install the developmental version via: devtools::install_github(“clauswilke/ungeviz”) The package includes some bootstrapping functionality that, when combined with ggplot2 and gganimate, can produce…

R tips and tricks

Below are a dozen of very specific R tips and tricks that are either valuable, useful, or just geeky funny. More general helpful R packages and resources can be found in this list. If you have additions, please comment below or contact me! Completely new to R? → Start here! LAST UPDATED: 2019-10-27 Table of Contents RStudio tricks General…