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Data Visualization in R (February 6, Library of Science and Medicine, Conference Room) discusses principles for effective data visualization, and demonstrates techniques for implementing these using R. Some prior familiarity with R is assumed (packages, structure, syntax), but the presentation can be followed without this background. The three parts are:
Principles & Usein lattice and ggplot2: discusses classic principles of data visualization (Tufte, Cleveland) and illustrates them with the use of the lattice and ggplot2 packages. Some of the material here overlaps with Intro to R, pt 2, but at a higher level.
Miscellany of Methods: illustrates a wide range of specific graphics for different contexts
3-D, Interactive, and Big Data: presentation of 3-D data, interactive exploration data, and techniques for large datasets. Relevant packages such as shiny and tessera are explored.