I am way more experienced with R than with Python and prefer to code in this language when possible. This applies, especially when it is about visualizations. Plotly and ggplot2 are fantastic packages that provide a lot of flexibility. However, every language has its limitations, and the best results stem from their efficient combination.
This week, I created the candlestick below, and I think it’s an excellent case study to illustrate a few things:
Read on to learn more about using
reticulate to execute Python code and interact with the results in R.