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Comment: ggplot2 graphics library is fantastic (Score 1) 382

by jameshowison (#26374445) Attached to: The Power of the R Programming Language

The power of R is in its libraries, which are often maintained by the best statistical researchers in that area.

Recently I discovered the ggplot2 graphing library, which is a huge step forward for constructing graphs of all types in R. It's very well documented and very actively maintained.

http://had.co.nz/ggplot2/

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