## Visualisation of Likert scale results

(This article was first published on Rcrastinate, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I wrote a function to visualise results of Likert scale items. Please find the function below the post. Here is an example plot:

## Visualisation of Likert scale results

(This article was first published on Rcrastinate, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I wrote a function to visualise results of Likert scale items. Please find the function below the post. Here is an example plot:

## Plotcon 2016 – Speakers and topics in R

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### Jenny Bryan

Topic: Extract plotting intent from spreadsheets in R

Bio: Jennifer Bryan is an Associate Professor in the Statistics … Read more

## Plotcon 2016 – Speakers and topics in R

(This article was first published on R – Modern Data, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

### Jenny Bryan

Topic: Extract plotting intent from spreadsheets in R

Bio: Jennifer Bryan is an Associate Professor in the Statistics … Read more

## Plot some variables against many others with tidyr and ggplot2

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Want to see how some of your variables relate to many others? Here’s an example of just this:

``````library(tidyr)
library(ggplot2)

mtcars %>%
gather(-mpg, -hp, ``````

## Eclipse – an alternative to RStudio – part 2

By Placidia

(This article was first published on DataScience+, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

In part one of this tutorial, I showed how to install R and LaTeX for Eclipse. Sadly, Eclipse doesn’t yet know where to find these … Read more

## Interactive Subsetting Exercises

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The function, “`subset()`” is intended as a convienent, interactive substitute for subsetting with brackets. `subset()` extracts subsets of matrices, data frames, or … Read more