Macroeconomic Charts

Riddhiman shows how to use R and plotly to build charts of Federal Reserve data sets:

In this post we’ll try to replicate some of the charts created by the Federal Reserve which visualize some well known macroeconomic indicators. We’ll also showcase the new Plotly 4.0 syntax.

This is a very code-heavy blog post and is a good way to learn about plotly.

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