Graph gallery in R

Posted in R by Julyan Arbel on 6 January 2011

R is sometime criticized for producing graphs not as elaborated as Matlab ones, or other softwares’. Here is a link to a graph gallery by Romain François to “enhance your data visualization with R”. The corresponding R code is given. Might be useful for ENSAE students for ‘statap’ projects. Below are four examples.

The maps package will turn out useful for at least one group:

For multiple histograms on a single graph:

Here is a way to add a third (positive) variable on a scatter plot:

To finish with, and because I’m keen on ternary plots:

This one only lacks colors. I definitely should write the Richter plot R package!

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  1. Pierre Jacob said, on 7 January 2011 at 22:16

    I recently discovered ggplot2
    which can also make some really cool graphs, I might post about it soon.

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  4. Nick Hamilton said, on 12 December 2013 at 18:24

    A package for doing ternary plots, extending ggplot2:

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