Bring Your Data to Life with googleVis and R - TutorialApril 25th, 2016 in R Programming
In this new demonstration, you will learn how to use the googleVis package in R to create a some beautiful interactive charts. The charts created here are inspired by the work of data guru Hans Rosling. Step-by-step, you will transform development statistics into moving bubbles that help quickly tell a powerful story. GoogleVis provides an interface between R and the Google Charts Tools, allowing you to create interactive web charts from R without uploading your data to Google.
This short course is a great way to make a few stunning visualizations and have fun at the same time. Enjoy!
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