James Austin (@awhstin) made some #spiffy [4-panel maps with base R graphics]( but also posited he didn’t use `ggplot2` because: >…`ggplot2` and maps currently do not support world …
R for Journalists
Tools for using and learning R, mostly for computational and data journalists, but everyone's welcome!
Curated by M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
R has a full library of tools for working with spatial data. This includes tools for both vector and raster data, as well as interfacing with data from other sources (like ArcGIS) and making maps. These tutorials — which build off Claudia Engel’s excellent GIS in R tutorials — are designed for users with some familiarity … Continue reading GIS in R →
RStudio v Preview — Release Notes
A preview release of RStudio v is now available for testing and feedback. Highlights include:
Support for multiple source windows (tear editor tabs off main window).
Pane zooming for working distraction free within a single pane.
Editor and IDE keyboard