Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Hadley Wickham's ggplot2 / Data Visualization Course Materials

Hadley Wickham, creator of ggplot2, an immensely popular framework for Tufte-friendly data visualization using R, is teaching two short courses at Vanderbilt this week. Once we opened registration to Vanderbilt students and staff we instantly filled all the available seats, so unfortunately I wasn't able to announce the course here. But the good news is that Hadley's made all the data, code, and slides from the course available online here. We weren't able to record the course, but David Smith over at Revolutions posted links to videos of Hadley teaching a similar course a few months ago.

Hadley Wickham - Visualizing Data workshop at Vanderbilt

1 comment:

  1. Very nice. Plots for genetics can be quite complex, both to make and to interpret. I appreciate this resource!


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