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2017

Drawing 3D graphics in R

Written by: Duncan Murdoch

 
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John Braun and Duncan Murdoch wrote A First Course in Statistical Programming with R in 2005 or so, and the graphics chapter concentrated on two-dimensional base graphics. This year they released a second edition and discuss other graphics systems. They mention rgl, a package for interactive 3D graphics, but don’t go into any detail (it’s hard to be interactive on paper).

In this blog post, Duncan Murdoch expands on this. Check out his blog post, complete with interactive graphics, here.

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About the Author: Duncan Murdoch

Duncan J. Murdoch is a member of the R Core Team of developers and is co-president of the R Foundation. He is one of the developers of the rgl package for 3D visualization in R and has also developed numerous other R packages. Murdoch is also a professor in the Department of Statistical and Actuarial Sciences at the University of Western Ontario....

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