Jeremy Fox points us to this compilation of data visualizations in R that went wrong, in a way that ended up making them look like art.

They are indeed wonderful.

Posted by Andrew on 7 November 2013, 9:48 am

Jeremy Fox points us to this compilation of data visualizations in R that went wrong, in a way that ended up making them look like art.

They are indeed wonderful.

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The choropleth map in ggplot rings completely true for me — there’s some kind of a discrepancy in the way the polygons were encoded for their ordering. It’s pretty but frustrating when it comes up mid-lecture!