R Graph Cookbook
This hands-on guide cuts short the preamble and gets straight to the point - actually creating graphs, instead of just theoretical learning. Each recipe is specifically tailored to fulfill your appetite for visually representing you data in the best way possible.This book is for readers already familiar with the basics of R who want to learn the best techniques and code to create graphics in R in the best way possible. It will also serve as an invaluable reference book for expert R users.
- Electronic book text | 272 pages
- 28 Oct 2014
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Hrishi V. Mittal
Hrishi Mittal has been working with R for a few years in different capacities. He was introduced to the exciting world of data analysis with R when he was working as Senior Air Quality Scientist at King's College London, where he used R extensively to analyze large amounts of air pollution and traffic data for informing the London Mayor's Air Quality Strategy. He has experience in various other programming languages, but prefers R for data analysis and visualization. He is actively involved in various R mailing lists, forums and the development of some R packages. In early 2010, he started Pretty Graph Limited (http://www.prettygraph.com), a software company specializing in web-based data visualization products. The company's flagship product Pretty Graph uses R as the backend engine for helping researchers and businesses visualize and analyze data. The goal is to bring the power of R to a wider audience by providing a modern graphical user interface which can be accessed by anyone and from anywhere simply using a web browser.