Graphing With Microsoft R Open

David Smith points out a free e-book on creating effective graphs with Microsoft R Open:

The examples were done using Microsoft R Open, but since it’s 100% compatible with R the code works with any relatively recent R version.

Naomi and Joyce presented several examples from their e-book in a recent webinar (presented by Microsoft), and fielded lots of interesting questions from the audience. If you’d like to see the recorded webinar and also receive a copy of the slides and the e-book, follow the link below to register to receive the materials via email.

The book is free, the code is available on GitHub.  What more could you ask for?

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