In this tutorial, we going to look at data visualization functions and tools in R also going to work with simple data. We going to use this data for graphics. You can look at “Data Visualization For Beginners” for preparation.
Creating a New Simple Graphic
Now, we going to create a new graphic without a dataset, we going to use vectors if you don’t know vectors and lists you should read “Data Types In R“.
Working With Labels
Sometimes, we need labels, these labels are like a comment for the user. Now, we going to create labels step by step.
Creating a New Line In Graphic
We have a graphic but if we want, we can add a new line to this graphic. We show another data with a new line, for example, we can show 2 companies with 2 lines, for this we can create a new line in the graphic. Let’s create a new line in the same graphic.
Creating a New Simple Graphic With Dataset
Now, we know how to create graphics so let’s create new graphics but with datasets. After that, we going to look at the arguments of the plot function. Dataset is HERE.
Arguments Of Plot Function
Anymore, we know plot function but can be used with more functionality so we should know arguments of a plot function, these arguments very helpful for graphics.
Arguments Of Read Function
The read function has arguments just like the plot function. With these arguments, you can perform your reading operations more easily. Let’s look at and analyze the read arguments one by one.
All Code is Here: R-Data-Visualization
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