This is a one-minute blog post to share how to incorporate Shiny apps in blog posts.
We take a quick look at the rtweet and lubridate package. These help you to analyse your Twitter timeline. And they helped me to visualize my follower count as I reached 1000 followers this week.
We build rebuild a 'Storytelling with Data' plot which uses rounded rectangles. I'll show you an easy and a hard way to make rectangles round.
I held a short workshop teaching R to Economics students. Here are six things that I wish I had known in advance.
The goal is to send a tweet's URL to a dummy mail account and let R extract it, call the Twitter API and then put everything as a Markdown file into your note-taking system.
We try to imitate the Storytelling with Data look with ggplot
Functional programming is a mighty sword. Today, we use it to avoid tedious repetitions when things go wrong in ggplot.
This is a short tutorial on how to import fonts and icons in R using the showtext package.
Inspired by a datawrapper blogpost, we explore how to work with fewer colors in ggplot.
Here's how I turned a ggplot interactive using Shiny and what else I learned while building that app
I demonstrate a couple of functions from the janitor package I find quite useful
I advocate to take part in the TidyTuesday events to learn with and from others.
The ggplot2-tips series is continued with a few example plots from the ggforce package