Quick post - detect and fix this ggplot2 antipattern

Recently one of my coworkers showed me a ggplot and although it is not wrong, it is also not ideal. Here is the TL:DR : Whenever you find yourself adding multiple geom_* to show different groups, reshape your data In software engineering there are things called antipatterns, ways of programming that lead you into potential trouble. This is one of them. I’m not saying it is incorrect, but it might lead you into trouble. [Read More]

Tidying your data

Introduction To make analyses work we often need to change the way files look. Sometimes information is recorded in a way that was very efficient for input but not workable for your analyses. In other words, the data is messy and we need to make it tidy. Tidy data means 1: Each variable forms a column. Each observation forms a row. Each type of observational unit forms a table. [Read More]