Date(s) - 04/20/2016
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
R provides comprehensive data visualization capabilities with its package ‘ggplot’. ggplot is the complete implementation of the ‘grammar of graphics’, a book by Leland Wilkinson on statistical graphics that detailed a system of constructing graphics using superimposed layers of visual elements.
ggplot allows a researcher to move away from cookie-cutter graphics and create custom visualizations based on any specialized analytical need. This workshop provides essential material to get started on ggplot and create custom visualizations.
The workshop is fully hands-on; we will use R and Rstudio to work with datasets and systematically build graphics, and then make finer visual and analytical adjustments to the base graphics. A basic knowledge of R is highly desirable for attending this workshop
Presenter: Kailas Venkat
Registrations are closed for this event.