3D ggplots with rayshader - Dr. Tyler Morgan-Wall

January 30, 2020 Tyler Morgan-Wall
Learn how a single line of code can transform your data visualizations into stunning 3D using the rayshader package. In this talk, I will show how you can use rayshader to create beautiful 3D figures and animations to help promote your research and analyses to the public. Find out how to use principles of cinematography to take users on a 3D tour of your data, scripted entirely within R. Leaving the 3D pie charts in the pantry at home, I will discuss how to build interpretable, engaging, and informative plots using all three dimensions.

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Tyler Morgan-Wall

Dr. Tyler Morgan-Wall is the developer of the mapping and visualization package {rayshader}, the raytracing package {rayrender}, and the experimental design package {skpr}. He has a PhD in Physics from Johns Hopkins University, works at the Institute for Defense Analyses in Alexandria VA, and currently lives in Washington, DC.

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