You can install
rcstatebin from github.
Let us start by recreating some analysis done by http://fivethirtyeight.com on where states get their taxes from. You can create an interactive statebin chart with just one line of code, using the formula interface.
library(rcstatebin) statebin(taxdata, share ~ state | description, control = 'dropdown')
Alternately, you can also use a more traditional syntax.
library(rcstatebin) statebin(data = taxdata, x = "state", y = "share", facet = "description", heading = "<b>Where do your state's taxes come from?</b>", footer = "<small>Source: Census <a href='http://www2.census.gov/govs/statetax/14staxcd.txt'>(Data)</a>", colors = RColorBrewer::brewer.pal(5, 'PuRd'), control = 'dropdown' )
If you prefer hexagons instead of rectangles, you can pass
type = "hex".
statebin(taxdata, share ~ state | description, control = 'dropdown', type = "hex")
d3statebin using a modular approach following the reusable chart guidelines outlined by Mike Bostock
mystatemap = statemap() .x("state") .y("share") .facet("description") d3.select(el) .datum(x.data) .call(mystatemap)
Thanks are due to all these folks below, for building great components were used to create