Sunil Ray — August 25, 2015
Business Analytics Cheatsheet Data Visualization Infographic Infographics Intermediate R

Introduction

Data visualization has become an integral part of data science work flow. Hence, your main tool needs to have strong capabilities on both the fronts – data analysis as well as data visualization. Gone are the days when you could live with a tool which was good only in one of these.

With this change in landscape, R has gained immense popularity because of its awesome data visualization capabilities. With a few lines of code, you can create beautiful charts and data stories. R has awesome libraries to create basic and more evolved visualizations like Bar Chart, Histogram, Scatter Plot, Map visualization, Mosaic Plot and various others. Here is the cheat sheet of popular visualization for representing data. You can keep this handy for your use.

:For those who want to copy the relevant codes, you can download the PDF version of the sheet here.

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About the Author

Sunil Ray

I am a Business Analytics and Intelligence professional with deep experience in the Indian Insurance industry. I have worked for various multi-national Insurance companies in last 7 years.

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Thanks hemanth .... Reply
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