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R & other artwork!

This repo contains my #rstats, data science & stats illustrations shared on my twitter account (@allison_horst)

All of this artwork is 100% available (and encouraged!) for open use by CC-BY license. That means: Hooray! I'm so happy that you want to share this artwork - especially if it helps when teaching R/rstats/stats. You can just cite with "Artwork by @allison_horst". That's it! Click on the images below for the hi-res versions.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

R-related artwork:

beepr let's you pick and play a notification sound when your code/analysis is done running:


dplyr::mutate creates or transforms a variable (column) while keeping the existing ones:


dplyr: get your data wrangling on.


gganimate: get a little action in(to your graphs)...


ggplot2 for visual data exploration:


...and use ggplot2 for creating beautiful data masterpieces!


here for more peaceful (file) paths:


Use lubridate to work more easily & intuitively with dates & times:


Like lubridate_ymd() to easily parse year/month/day data!


Part of tidymodels, the parsnip package creates standardized syntax across model engines:


You can do it!


Use recipes to streamline data preprocessing for stats & machine learning models:


Create reproducible examples to get (and give) help more easily with reprex!


Get your code, text & outputs in the same (reproducible) place with Rmarkdown:


Be an Rmarkdown knitting wizard.


Use the sf package for simpler spatial data analysis with geometries that stick to attributes:


Soon to be pivot_wider() & pivot_longer()! tidyr::spread() & gather():


Blast off into the...


For #rstats and friends!


Other stats artwork:

Type I errors:


Type II errors:


Normality?

Translated R-artwork:

Thank you

Thank you to all the R developers, maintainers, contributors, teachers and communicators who actually MAKE all of these amazing packages and documentation that have inspired this #rstats artwork! You're real-life superheroes. When I create an illustration with your package it's with immense gratitude for how your hard work has allowed me to do mine (using and teaching #rstats) more efficiently, more clearly, more reproducibly....just plain better. THANK YOU!

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