KPI dashboard in R with animated icons | R-bloggers

So Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are all the rage in the dashboarding community… well everywhere really. The premise is simple… check a list of measurements against targets and show how they compare using some kind of visualization. I haven’t yet seen, however, a version that can utilize animated icons to display …

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RANKX-apalooza: Within and Across Groups, With Filters, Etc. – PowerPivotPro

Post by Rob Collie One from the Reference Stacks I sometimes find RANKX() a bit perplexing.  So awhile back I made myself a workbook of examples, which I will share with you today: List of Stores, Grouped by Region, and…

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How I build up a ggplot2 figure | R-bloggers

Recently, Jeff Leek at Simply Statistics discussed why he does not use ggplot2. He notes “The bottom line is for production graphics, any system requires work.” and describes a default plot that needs some work: To break down what is going on, here is what R interprets (more or less): Make a container for data […]

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