When you publish your plots to Chart Studio via the api_create () function, a figure object is returned to your R session. When a Chart Studio figure object is rendered in an RMarkdown document, it is embedded as an iframe, displaying the plot as it appears on your Chart Studio account. f <- api_create(p) class(f) f
If True, plot colorbar (only relevant for ‘scatter’ and ‘hexbin’ plots). position float. Specify relative alignments for bar plot layout. From 0 (left/bottom-end) to 1 (right/top-end). Default is 0.5 (center). table bool, Series or DataFrame, default False
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Example 1: Creating a Scatter Plot Matrix Tree level 8. Node 1 of 4 Node 1 of 4 Example 2: Creating a Graph with Multiple Independent Scatter Plots and Spline Curves Tree level 8.
9.4.1 Demo. kable takes a data.frame as input, and outputs the table into a markdown table, which will get rendered into the appropriate output format.. For example, let’s say we wanted to share the first 6 rows of our gapminder data.
R markdown like most other flavours builds on top of standard markdown. It has some R language specific features as well as bunch of general enhancers to markdown. When Rmarkdown is coupled with Rstudio it creates a powerfull means of documenting your work while you are doing it, which you can then share with colleagues and the public in rapid ...
Turn your analyses into high quality documents, reports, presentations and dashboards with R Markdown. Use a productive notebook interface to weave together narrative text and code to produce elegantly formatted output. Use multiple languages including R, Python, and SQL. R Markdown supports a reproducible workflow for dozens of static and dynamic output formats including HTML, PDF, MS Word ...