Interactive Course

Data Visualization with ggplot2 (Part 3)

This course covers some advanced topics including strategies for handling large data sets and specialty plots.

  • 6 hours
  • 19 Videos
  • 86 Exercises
  • 11,983 Participants
  • 7,550 XP

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Course Description

In this third ggplot2 course, we'll dive into some advanced topics including geoms commonly used in maths and sciences, strategies for handling large data sets, a variety of specialty plots, and some useful features of ggplot2 internals.

  1. 1

    Statistical plots

    Free

    Actually, all the plots you've explored in the first two ggplot2 courses can be considered 'statistical plots'. Here, however, you'll consider those that are intended for a specialist audience that is familiar with the data: box plots and density plots.

  2. Plots for specific data types (Part 2)

    In this chapter, we'll continue our discussion of plots for specific data types by diving into the world of maps. You'll also have a look at animations to make your data come to life!

  3. Data Munging and Visualization Case Study

    In this chapter, you'll draw on some of the many tools for effective data visualization that we've covered over the three ggplot2 courses and combine them with some data munging techniques.

  4. Plots for specific data types (Part 1)

    In this chapter, you'll explore useful specialty plots for specific data types such as ternary plots, networks and maps. You'll also look at how to use ggplot2 to convert typical base package plots that are used to evaluate the results of statistical methods. Finally, you'll take a look at a couple ways in which you can make and appropriately use animations.

  5. ggplot2 Internals

    In this chapter, you'll delve into ggplot2 internals, exploring the grid package and ggproto. You'll learn how to use these tools to create unique plots.

  1. 1

    Statistical plots

    Free

    Actually, all the plots you've explored in the first two ggplot2 courses can be considered 'statistical plots'. Here, however, you'll consider those that are intended for a specialist audience that is familiar with the data: box plots and density plots.

  2. Plots for specific data types (Part 1)

    In this chapter, you'll explore useful specialty plots for specific data types such as ternary plots, networks and maps. You'll also look at how to use ggplot2 to convert typical base package plots that are used to evaluate the results of statistical methods. Finally, you'll take a look at a couple ways in which you can make and appropriately use animations.

  3. Plots for specific data types (Part 2)

    In this chapter, we'll continue our discussion of plots for specific data types by diving into the world of maps. You'll also have a look at animations to make your data come to life!

  4. ggplot2 Internals

    In this chapter, you'll delve into ggplot2 internals, exploring the grid package and ggproto. You'll learn how to use these tools to create unique plots.

  5. Data Munging and Visualization Case Study

    In this chapter, you'll draw on some of the many tools for effective data visualization that we've covered over the three ggplot2 courses and combine them with some data munging techniques.

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Rick Scavetta
Rick Scavetta

Rick Scavetta is a co-founder of Scavetta Academy.

Rick Scavetta is a biologist, workshop trainer, freelance data scientist and cofounder of Scavetta Academy, a company dedicated to helping scientists better understand and visualize their data. Rick's practical, hands-on exposure to a wide variety of datasets has informed him of the many problems scientists face when trying to visualize their data.

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