Animated Interactive Grammar of Graphics

Functions are provided for defining animated, interactive data visualizations in R code, and rendering on a web page. The 2018 Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics paper, describes the concepts implemented.


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2020.9.18 by Toby Hocking, a year ago

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Authors: Toby Hocking [aut, cre] (Original animint code) , Hadley Wickham [aut] (Forked ggplot2 code) , Winston Chang [aut] (Forked ggplot2 code) , RStudio [cph] (Forked ggplot2 code) , Nicholas Lewin-Koh [aut] (hexGrob) , Martin Maechler [aut] (hexGrob) , Randall Prium [aut] (cut_width) , Susan VanderPlas [aut] (Animint GSOC 2013) , Carson Sievert [aut] (Animint GSOC 2014) , Kevin Ferris [aut] (Animint GSOC 2015) , Jun Cai [aut] (Animint GSOC 2015) , Faizan Khan [aut] (Animint GSOC 2016-2017) , Vivek Kumar [aut] (Animint GSOC 2018) , Himanshu Singh [aut] (Animint2 GSoC 2020)

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

GPL-3 license

Imports digest, RJSONIO, grid, gtable, MASS, plyr, reshape2, scales, stats, tibble, lazyeval, knitr

Suggests servr, gistr, shiny, htmltools, rmarkdown, testthat, devtools, httr, maps, ggplot2movies, hexbin, Hmisc, lattice, mapproj, maptools, mgcv, nlme, quantreg, rpart, svglite

Enhances sp

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