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I have once again been inspired by a tweet! This one came from @WeAreRLadies, which was being moderated by Alison Hill at the time. …

Earlier this week Mike Bostock tweeted a interesting looking contour plot with a link to edit the formula and manipulate the graphic …

Recently I’ve been looking for an excuse to try out Thomas Lin Pedersen’s new grammar of animation, which is an extension of ggplot2 …

A while back, I was inspired by this Twitter exchange to create a bot that would tweet out tidyverse related material. Armchair …

This time last year, I submitted a graphic to the Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice (EM:IP) cover showcase competition. In …

This is the final post in the tidy sports analytics series, in which I’ve been using play-by-play from the 2016 NFL season to …

This is the third post in the tidy sports analytics series. In this series, I’ve been demonstrating how the collection of tidyverse …

This is the second in a series of posts that demonstrates how the tidyverse can be used to easily explore and analyze NFL play-by-play …

Welcome to the first in a series of blog posts where I’ll be using sports data to demonstrate the power of the tidyverse tools in the …

I recently converted my website from Jekyll to Hugo with blogdown. If you haven’t tried out blogdown yet, Yihui Xie just hosted a …