R’s Killer Feature: RMarkdown

Recently I’ve been talking with people considering learning R about RMarkdown. In my experience, when people think about switching to R, they often think about it as a direct replacement for the tool they currently use (i.e. Excel, SPSS, SAS, Stata, etc.). R can do everything that these tools do, of Read More about R’s Killer Feature: RMarkdown

My R Journey: Dana Wanzer

Dana Wanzer is an evaluation consultant currently finishing her PhD in Evaluation and Applied Research Methods at Claremont Graduate University. This fall she'll be starting a new position as an Assistant Professor of Psychology in Evaluation Research at the University of Wisconsin Stout. I've Read More about My R Journey: Dana Wanzer

Making Small Multiples in R

Small multiples are one of the data viz tricks that experienced information designers LOVE. Ann Emery uses them: "My favorite part of data visualization workshops? The airports. Kidding. Watching jaws drop when folks are introduced to small multiples layouts for the first Read More about Making Small Multiples in R

πŸŽ‰ Dates and locations just announced for the 2019 R for the Rest of Us Roadshow πŸŽ‰