Resource for Graphs

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  • ggplot2

    An implementation of the Grammar of Graphics in R

    There are tonnes of great R and ggplot tutorials you can use. I'd start with just figuring out how to install RStudio and then do an online ggplot tutorial; you don't need to understand the "programming language" part of it to just make nice simple graphs. Once you have RStudio installed and running R, start with this page. The R Graphics Cookbook that they link to seems good. Try making your x points with the seq function and then start with applying simple builtin functions to that for your y points (e.g. y = -2*x + 5). There's a lot you can do with it, but it's extremely widely used so an internet search should give you the answer to whatever question you have pretty quickly!

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