When it comes to data visualization in R, the
par()function is an indispensable tool that often goes overlooked. This function allows you to control various graphical parameters, unleashing a world of customization possibilities for your plots. In this blog post, we’ll demystify the
par()function, break down its syntax, and provide you with hands-on examples to help you create stunning visualizations.
Click through to check it out. My loyalties definitely lie with ggplot2 for static visual development in R but it’s definitely not the only way to get images to look the way you want them.