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title: "gganimate Talks"
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This is an ever-growing list of talks I've given about *gganimate* in reverse
chronological order:
### Rstudio::conf 2019
**Title:** gganimate Live Cookbook
**Abstract:** Animation of data visualisation is becoming increasingly popular
both as an attention grabber on social media and as a way to tell small data
stories. gganimate is a package that extends ggplot2 for making animations and
provides a grammar of animation on top of the grammar of graphics. This talk
will quickly introduce gganimate, and then dive into a series of different
animation and show how they were made and how they could be changed or expanded.
**Slides:** https://data-imaginist.com/slides/rstudioconf2019
**Video:** https://resources.rstudio.com/rstudio-conf-2019/gganimate-live-cookbook
### useR 2018
**Title:** The Grammar of Animation
**Abstract:** In the world of data visualisation much work has been put into
defining a grammar for both static and interactive graphics. These efforts has
often been coupled to the development of visualisation frameworks where the
grammar has been reflected in the API design. Less attention has been devoted to
a grammar of animation, and subsequently animation frameworks has often missed
the breadth and composability that are the hallmark of grammar-driven
visualisation frameworks. In this talk I will justify and present a grammar of
animation and position it in relation to graphics and interactivity grammar,
thus creating a clear division of responsibility between the three domains. I
will present an R implementation of the grammar of animation which builds on top
of the ggplot2 framework and made available as the gganimate package, Using
examples with gganimate I'll show how the proposed grammar can be used to break
down, and reason about, animated data visualisation, and how the grammar
succinctly can describe very diverse animation operations.
**Slides:** <https://data-imaginist.com/slides/user2018>
**Video:**
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