Visualization and beyond…
A Flurry of Facets
ggforce 0.3.0 has landed on CRAN, a mere 5 months since the last release, showing my commitment to a more incremental release cycle. It doesn’t skip on cool features though…
The ggforce Awakens (again)
After more than 2 years of hibernation the ggforce package is back in full force. Get the sense of this major release in this blog post.
gganimate has transitioned to a state of release
After being the primary focus of my spare time for almost a year, gganimate has finally landed on CRAN. I hope you’ll enjoy using it as much as I’ve enjoyed developing it.
Entering and Exiting 2018
My year in review… It has been quite a ride!
transformr: Age of Spatial
Wondering what powers the polygon transitions in gganimate? The package is
and it has just landed on CRAN
The tweenr is all grown up
A new tweenr version is out and this post tells you all you need to know to make the transition
What Are We Plotting, What Are We Animating
… wherein I open Pandoras box when it comes to interpolating data for animations
Scico and the Colour Conundrum
scico is now available on CRAN, ready to spread sensible colours to the world. In this post I’ll show the few functions that it brings and talk a bit more in general why colour is something to think about when plotting data
lime v0.4: The kitten picture edition
The new version of lime adds support for image models as well as build-in support for keras models and range of other tweaks
Let it flow, let it flow, let it flow
particles, my R port of the d3-force algorithm, is now on CRAN — read on to find out why you should care!