R users fall in love with ggplot2, the growing standard for data visualization in R. The ability to quickly vizualize trends, and customize just about anything you’d want, make it a powerful tool. Yet this week, I made a discvoery that may reduce how much I used ggplot2. Enter plot_ly(). For this post, I assume that you have a working knowledge of the dplyr (or magrittr) and ggplot2 packages.
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Bryan Whiting

father, innovator, data scientist

Data Scientist

Washington, D.C.