A brief tutorial focusing on using ggplot2.
- create publication-quality figures
- quickly generate figures for data analysis
- concretely: generate the following figure:
- If you have a Jupyter notebooks install with an R kernel, put the .ipynb notebook somewhere you can run it
- If you are using RStudio, the standard R application, or the command line, you can look at the compiled notebook on Github and execute the corresponding code in ggplot2tutorial.R
- email me!