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The Glamour of Graphics
The shape of data
- Chart types
- How to choose a chart
- Visual metaphor
- Memorability vs. speed of comprehension
- Identifying your audience
- Data encoding process
- Grids, borders, lines
- Grids, borders, lines, and axes examples and exercises
- White space
- Charts in larger layouts
- Alignment, white space, and layout of multiple plots examples and exercises
- What is typography and why does it matter?
- Typographic hierarchy
- Font styles
- Good fonts and where to find them
- Using custom fonts in R examples and exercises
- ggtext examples and exercises
- Pairing fonts
- Typography beyond charts
- Color palettes
- Color examples and exercises
- Color models
- HCL color palettes in ggplot examples and exercises
- The color wheel
- Color and emotion
- The eyedropper tool and color inspiration
- Combining ggplot with a vector editor
- Resizing plots for export
- Finding inspiration
The eyedropper tool and color inspiration
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This lesson is called The eyedropper tool and color inspiration, part of the The Glamour of Graphics course. This lesson is called The eyedropper tool and color inspiration, part of the The Glamour of Graphics course.
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This blog post by Lisa Charlotte Muth is more like a mini-book. It covers basically everything you need to know about picking colors in data visualization and goes even deeper than we could in this course. Highly recommend reading this.