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April 01, 2016

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I have a base R solution for the Joy Divison Album recreation, where the plotting part only has a few lines of code.
It assumes a different data structure: a dataframe with the signal over time for each column.
(This is how I tend to record or obtain data in environmental science).
I'm not sure getting into the base/ggplot war* is good idea, but here's my contribution anyways.

https://github.com/brry/misc/blob/master/unknown_pleasures.R
https://github.com/brry/misc/blob/master/unknown_pleasures.png


*: The Great War:
http://simplystatistics.org/2016/02/11/why-i-dont-use-ggplot2/
http://varianceexplained.org/r/why-I-use-ggplot2/
http://flowingdata.com/2016/03/22/comparing-ggplot2-and-r-base-graphics/

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